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The former First Daughter, now living in Miami, Florida, has been spotted delivering food parcels to locals. Working with Apopka Pastor and former US President Donald Trump’s spiritual adviser, Paula White, Ms Trump helped deliver more than 1,300 food boxes.
Posting on their Instagram account, The Lifeboat Project, a charity combating human trafficking, thanked Ms Trump for her help.
The former White House adviser delivered parcels to the charity’s shelters for human trafficking survivors according to a source close to Ms Trump.
They said: “Today was a beautiful day to put politics aside at The Lifeboat Project and let faith and truth be our topic of connection.
They also thanked “all levels of government, community leaders, and our partnered agencies that made today happen.”
The source also told Fox News Ms Trump was in the area for a separate “Farmers to Families” event.
The food box programme was established by Mr Trump’s administration last year to help both farmers and families in need during the coronavirus pandemic.
Ms Trump has been a huge advocate of the programme, having lent a hand delivering the parcels throughout the last year.
In December, she said on Twitter: “Our Farmers to Families Food Box program continues to feed billions of meals to families in need across the Nation – over 3.2 billion to date!”
According to the US Department of Agriculture, contractors have delivered 144,375,064 boxes of produce under the scheme as of yesterday.
They added they will but up to $1.5bn (£1.1bn) worth of food for delivery through to the end of April.
It comes as rumours surge that Ms Trump is eyeing a return to politics.
US outlet Axios reported in February the former adviser believes her “political reemergence” will come soon.
Initial speculation suggested Ms Trump was looking to run for Senate in Florida in 2022, with top Republican Marco Rubio targeted.
However, a source close to Ivanka told the Daily Mail that the former First Daughter reached out to Mr Rubio to say she will not challenge his seat.
Mr Rubio’s office also told the paper Ivanka had shut down the speculation.
In a statement to the newspaper, Ivanka praised Mr Rubio as a “good personal friend”.
She said: “Marco has been a tremendous advocate for working families, a good personal friend and I know he will continue to drive meaningful progress on issues we both care deeply about.”
Nick Iacovella, spokesman for Mr Rubio, also told the paper: “Marco and Ivanka did speak a few weeks ago.
“Ivanka offered her support for Marco’s re-election and they had a great talk.”
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