Ivanka Trump, daughter and adviser to the President of the United States, Donald TrumpHe eclipsed the Mexicans for a moment. Dressed totally in white, with loose hair with waves and a characteristic security of it, this way it came to the inauguration of Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
The elegance and sobriety. His suit composed of trousers and blouse with round neck and long sleeves gave him a touch of freshness, adorned with a blue brooch.
Trump's daughter was comfortable and accessible upon arrival at the Legislative Palace of San Larazo. He greeted with a smile and stole the looks of the cameras, as he did at the G-20 Summit.
Ivanka arrived accompanied by Vice President Mike Pence, Kirstjen Nielsen, Secretary of the Department of National Security; Rick Perry, secretary of the Department of Energy; John Creamer, Charge d'Affaires of the United States Embassy in Mexico; Kimberly Breier, undersecretary of the Office of Western Hemisphere Affairs of the Department of State; and Karen Pence, Second Lady of the United States.
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Andrés Manuel López Obrador swore on Saturday as president of Mexico, the first leftist in decades, for the period 2018-2024, which promises to "transform" this country by ending corruption and violence.
"I protest (promise) to keep and keep the constitution and the laws that emanate from it and to play loyally and patriotically the office of President of the Republic that the people have conferred on me," said the leftist who won with 53% of the vote.