Ivanka Trump and Husband Jared Enjoy a Four Seasons Family Getaway In Hawaii as They Celebrate Hanukkah

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Ivanka Trump and her family are enjoying a holiday getaway at the Four Seasons Resort Hualalai.

The family was seen enjoying some sun and fun over the weekend at the tropical destination, with Ivanka still finding time to workout.

The beach vacation also gave Jared Kushner a chance to toss on his swim trunks and show off his very impressive body.

The 35-year-old was looking very ripped and muscular as he headed off to the beach with his wife and their two sons Joseph and Theodore.

For their getaway, the family appears to be staying at a private villa on the resort, which gives them access to the Four Seasons facilities. 

Ivanka posted a photo of herself with husband Jared and the three children on Sunday as they celebrated Christmas and Hannukah, writing: ‘This year is one of the rare and special occasions where Hanukkah and Christmas coincide. As we light the candles, sending love from our family to yours this holiday season! Merry Christmas & Happy Hanukkah!’

And later that night, Ivanka slipped out to the beach in her negligee dress to snap a photo of herself and her husband Jared, writing: ‘Hawaii.’

Most of Donald Trump’s five children spent the recent holiday apart, with Tiffany in Georgia, Eric and his wife Lara in her home state of North Carolina, and Barron and Donald Jr. at the family’s Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach.

Ivanka and Jared jetted off to the islands with Arabella, Joseph and Theodore on Thursday, running into some trouble before they even left New York when Dan Goldstein, a lawyer from Brooklyn, began yelling at Ivanka: ‘Your father is ruining the country.’

Goldstein then apparently began screaming out: ‘Why is she on our flight. She should be flying private.’

Ivanka kept her cool and she and her family made it to Hawaii after switching over to a private flight once they had landed in San Francisco.

Goldstein’s husband, Matthew Lasner, later said on Twitter: ‘My husband expressed his displeasure in a calm tone, JetBlue staff overheard, and they kicked us off the plane.’

However, just an hour prior to that Lasner wrote on Twitter: ‘Ivanka and Jared at JFK T5, flying commercial. My husband chasing them down to harass them. #banalityofevil’

Lasner also took a photo of Ivanka sitting on the plane writing that they were kicked off for ‘expressing displeasure about flying w/ Trumps.’

And while Goldstein was happy to go after Ivanka, and Lasner was eager to defend his actions, neither of the men confronted Ivanka’s husband Jared Kushner, who was right next to her on the flight standing in the aisle the entire time.

The plane was still boarding when the incident occurred, so the crew was able to get the two men and their child off the flight and avoid any further incident.

Ivanka posed for a family photo with Jared and their three children, Arabella, Joseph and Theodore Kushner as they celebrated Christmas and Hanukkah on Sunday (above)
Ivanka posed for a family photo with Jared and their three children, Arabella, Joseph and Theodore Kushner as they celebrated Christmas and Hanukkah on Sunday (above)
Ivanka posted a photo on Christmas night of herself and husband Jared on the beach at their resort (above)
Ivanka posted a photo on Christmas night of herself and husband Jared on the beach at their resort (above)

Goldstein began saying to the crew as they escorted him off the plane: ‘You’re kicking me off for expressing my opinion?!!’

It was after they were off the plane that Lasner then posted his tweets defending his husband and the photo of Ivanka sitting in her seat.

Those tweets were then deleted in less than an hour. An hour after that Lasner deleted his entire account.

JetBlue released a statement soon after saying: ‘The decision to remove a customer from a flight is not taken lightly. If the crew determines that a customer is causing a conflict on the aircraft, the customer will be asked to deplane, especially if the crew feels the situation runs the risk of escalation during flight.’

SOURCE: Daily Mail – Chris Spargo