Ivanka Trump arrives at campaign event in Arizona to feature Beatles song “Here Comes the Sun”

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Ivanka Trump kicked off a campaign event in Arizona on Sunday, marching to the sound of The Beatles’ Here Comes The Sun track.

The 38-year-old first girl and senior advisor to President Donald Trump removed her face mask to greet and smile at the participants of the outdoor rally in Paradise Valley.

Ivanka took the stage in a stunning white long-sleeved dress with black stripes. She completed the monochrome look with a thick black leather belt at her waist.

As the golfers finished on the green behind her at the lavish Mountain Shadows Resort Scottsdale, she was joined onstage by former White House Deputy Press Secretary Hogan Gidley, who moderated the discussion in front of 200 guests.

Ivanka speaks at a campaign event

Ivanka spoke out at the luxurious Mountain Shadows Resort Scottsdale in Arizona on Sunday

Ivanka Trump, seated right, daughter and advisor to President Donald Trump, is accompanied on stage by former White House Deputy Press Secretary Hogan Gidley, seated left

Ivanka Trump, seated right, daughter and advisor to President Donald Trump, is accompanied on stage by former White House Deputy Press Secretary Hogan Gidley, seated left

Ivanka Trump, left, daughter and advisor to President Donald Trump, speaks to business owners as she visits American Way Antiques

Ivanka Trump, left, daughter and advisor to President Donald Trump, speaks to business owners as she visits American Way Antiques

Ivanka Trump helps bake cookies at American Way Market Cafe in Arizona on Sunday

Ivanka Trump helps bake cookies at American Way Market Cafe in Arizona on Sunday

Although the event takes place outdoors, attendees still seemed to put themselves at risk of contracting coronavirus while sitting in a well-wrapped lawn chair in a space.

Ivanka told them that a vaccine “is coming very quickly”.

“If anyone has any doubts, I’ll be the first in line. For example, I know the high standards that go with it, ”Ivanka said.

She also insisted that her father was “fine” after his battle with COVID-19, saying the president had received “good treatment” and “listened to what his doctors advised him.”

This was after a Walter Reed doctor criticized his walk around the hospital to greet fans because he had driven in a sealed vehicle while still infected.

Since leaving the hospital, he has also been criticized for making irrational statements which saw the process of actions immediately plunge.

Ivanka greets customers as she visits American Way Antiques on Sunday

Ivanka greets customers as she visits American Way Antiques on Sunday

The crowd watched through the window as they helped employee Shannon Tidwell bake cookies

The crowd watched through the window as they helped employee Shannon Tidwell bake cookies

“If anyone had any questions about their health and vitality, I think watching it last week would be very reassuring,” Ivanka added.

Before telling the crowds in one of the wealthiest zip codes – with an average household income of around $ 200,000 – about what her father did for the economy, Ivanka had already visited the antique market. American Way owned by Mike and Patrciia Moore.

There, she helped employee Shannon Tidwell bake cookies at the American Way Market Café.

This was Ivanka’s second time visiting Arizona last month. But after the opening of the previous vote on October 7, Vice President Mike Pence, Democratic candidate Joe Biden and running mate Kamala Harris all surrendered on Thursday.

Arizona has become a swing state and while the polls show Joe Biden taking the lead over Donald Trump in the swing states, the president’s relocation campaign is not giving up easily.

Ivanka arrived with a face mask

Ivanka smiles as she takes her face off

Ivanka arrived with a face mask (left) and smiled as she took it off (right)

About 200 people were present at the luxury hotel in one of the richest zip codes

About 200 people were present at the luxury hotel in one of the richest zip codes

She told the public a COVID-19 vaccine 'would come very quickly'

She told the public that a COVID-19 vaccine “would arrive very quickly”

As golfers finish on the green at Mountain Shadows Resort, President Donald Trump's advisor spoke at the event

As golfers finish on the green at Mountain Shadows Resort, President Donald Trump’s advisor spoke at the event

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