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Ivanka Trump orders a cone of cookies 'n cream ice cream during Ohio campaign stop


Anyone who’s ever called Ivanka Trump ‘vanilla’ was proven wrong today when the First Daughter stopped by an Ohio ice cream shop and ordered a cone of cookies ‘n cream.

After speaking at a campaign rally today, the 38-year-old stopped by Graeter’s Ice Cream in Mariemont, Ohio, where she waited in line to order a cone.

Though the temperature reached a high in the mid-50s, that didn’t stop Ivanka from picking up a frozen treat, though she did keep warm in a fall coat for the outing.

We all scream! Ivanka Trump stopped by an Ohio ice cream shop today

We all scream! Ivanka Trump stopped by an Ohio ice cream shop today

Yum! After speaking at a campaign rally today, the 38-year-old stopped by Graeter's Ice Cream in Mariemont, Ohio

Yum! After speaking at a campaign rally today, the 38-year-old stopped by Graeter’s Ice Cream in Mariemont, Ohio

Dressed up: Ivanka donned a black-and-white houndstooth coat with a full skirt that hit below the knee, pairing it with pointy-toe pumps and a black face mask

Dressed up: Ivanka donned a black-and-white houndstooth coat with a full skirt that hit below the knee, pairing it with pointy-toe pumps and a black face mask

Ivanka donned a black-and-white houndstooth coat with a full skirt that hit below the knee, pairing it with pointy-toe pumps and a black face mask.

She was pictured waiting in line at the ice cream shop behind at least two other people before getting to the counter, where she gestured to the sugar cone she wanted as she placed her order.

Ivanka, who wore her long hair down and rings on both hands, walked out with the cone in her hand, but appears to have waited until she got into the car to take off her masks to eat it. 

‘I love Graeter’s,’ she said while in line.

She ordered cookies ‘n cream for herself, plus a sugar cone with strawberry for someone she was with.  

Her turn: She was pictured waiting in line at the ice cream shop behind at least two other people before getting to the counter

Her turn: She was pictured waiting in line at the ice cream shop behind at least two other people before getting to the counter

Want! She got a sugar cone with two scoops of strawberry for a friend, plus cookies 'n cream for herself

Want! She got a sugar cone with two scoops of strawberry for a friend, plus cookies ‘n cream for herself

'I love Graeter's,' she said while in line

‘I love Graeter’s,’ she said while in line

On her way: Ivanka, who wore her long hair down and rings on both hands, walked out with the cone in her hand

On her way: Ivanka, who wore her long hair down and rings on both hands, walked out with the cone in her hand

Before stopping at the ice cream shop, Ivanka gave a 25-minute speech to hundreds of people at Ault Park in Cincinnati, according to Cincinnati.com. 

‘We want a culture where differences of opinion and debate are encouraged, not canceled,’ she said. ‘Where law enforcement is respected.’

‘In 18 days, we’re going to win Ohio,’ she also told the crowd. ‘And we’re going to win four more years for the people’s president, my father, Donald J. Trump.’ 

Ivanka wrote on Instagram that it was her eighth visit to the state in the past few years, and she loves ‘the hardworking American patriots who live there.’

But first! Before stopping at the ice cream shop, Ivanka gave a 25-minute speech to hundreds of people at Ault Park in Cincinnati

But first! Before stopping at the ice cream shop, Ivanka gave a 25-minute speech to hundreds of people at Ault Park in Cincinnati

Ready: She wore her mask on stage but took it off to speak

Ready: She wore her mask on stage but took it off to speak

'We want a culture where differences of opinion and debate are encouraged, not canceled,' she said. 'Where law enforcement is respected'

‘We want a culture where differences of opinion and debate are encouraged, not canceled,’ she said. ‘Where law enforcement is respected’

Campaign stop: Ivanka wrote on Instagram that it was her eighth visit to the state in the past few years, and she loves 'the hardworking American patriots who live there'

Campaign stop: Ivanka wrote on Instagram that it was her eighth visit to the state in the past few years, and she loves ‘the hardworking American patriots who live there’

On Tuesday, Ivanka stopped by a manufacturing facility in Wisconsin while wearing a $765 Max Mara blue polka-dot blouse, flared navy pants, and some white heels.

She added a navy lace face mask that coordinated with her outfit. 

After stopping at Team Industries, a manufacturer that helps to produce vessels for the US Navy, she traveled to Hilbert, where she sat down for an intimate one-on-one chat with campaign spokesperson Hogan Gidley, who has interviewed her for all of her appearances in the past week.

She then paid a visit to Pizza By Fuscos in downtown Acworth, Georgia, where she enjoyed a spot of cooking with the owners.

She was seen tossing the dough in the air before opting for what looked like a pepperoni topping before placing it in the wood fire oven.

She wore a crisp white shirt and navy and white midi-length skirt, which was luckily protected by an apron during her lesson. 

Outfit: On Tuesday, Ivanka stopped by a manufacturing facility in Wisconsin while wearing a $765 Max Mara blue polka-dot blouse, flared navy pants, and some white heels

Outfit: On Tuesday, Ivanka stopped by a manufacturing facility in Wisconsin while wearing a $765 Max Mara blue polka-dot blouse, flared navy pants, and some white heels 

Say cheese! She happily posed for photos with staff at the facility  and shared them on social media

Say cheese! She happily posed for photos with staff at the facility  and shared them on social media

Mama mia! Ivanka then went to make pizza in a Georgia restaurant

Mama mia! Ivanka then went to make pizza in a Georgia restaurant

Trump's 38-year-old daughter paid a visit to Pizza By Fuscos in downtown Acworth Tuesday where she enjoyed a spot of cooking with the owners and chatted to customers

Trump’s 38-year-old daughter paid a visit to Pizza By Fuscos in downtown Acworth Tuesday where she enjoyed a spot of cooking with the owners and chatted to customers

She wore a crisp white shirt and navy and white midi-length skirt, which was luckily protected by an apron during her lesson

She wore a crisp white shirt and navy and white midi-length skirt, which was luckily protected by an apron during her lesson 

After visiting the pizza restaurant, Ivanka met with Georgia Senator David Perdue for a ‘conversation’ in front of supporters that afternoon in Acworth.

Ivanka spoke of Trump’s plans for a ‘great American comeback’ and said ‘we all know what’s at stake Nov. 3.’ 

‘That’s why we are fighting so hard. We will leave it on the field to make sure our president, my father, secures four more years,’ she said. 

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