The Secret Service reportedly arrested a man outside of Ivanka Trump’s mansion in Washington D.C. early Thursday morning after a confrontation that quickly escalated.
A witness told Daily Mail  that a young man driving a black Mercedes-Benz was seen parked in front of Ivanka’s house being questioned by the Secret Service. The agents were soon seen removing the man from his vehicle, handcuffing him, and putting him in a van.
Ivanka was not home at the time, as she is currently in Denver, Colorado on a two day tour. Her husband Jared Kushner, however, was spotted emerging from the home around ten minutes after the arrest was made.
Ivanka made no mention of the incident in her tweets from Denver on Thursday morning.
I am in Colorado today w/ Secretary Bernhardt + @SenGardner  to celebrate yesterday’s passage of the #GreatAmericanOutdoorsAct ; a landmark bill that will allocate billions to our public lands making it the most consequential conservation legislation since Pres Theodore Roosevelt! https://t.co/S97KoADrD1 
— Ivanka Trump (@IvankaTrump) July 23, 2020 
On Friday morning, Ivanka is planning to meet with Gardner and officials from the Department of Labor and Department of Health and Human Services for a tour and roundtable talk at a child care facility in Colorado.
“I am looking forward to visiting the great state of Colorado and learning how this administration’s policies are helping citizens across the state,” Ivanka said in a statement. “Working with Senator Gardner on the Great American Outdoors Act, we are securing funding for the next 100 years to preserve our national parks and public lands. Additionally, I’m looking forward to visiting with Coloradans to hear how this administration’s pro-family policies have positively impacted them.”
Ivanka was spotted out and about in Washington D.C. earlier this week to help distribute food boxes to families in need amid the coronavirus pandemic. She referenced the COVID-19 pandemic in a tweet of hers later in the day on Thursday.
“The pandemic has made us value, now more than ever, the national treasure that is our parks & the respite they afford our families,” she wrote alongside photos of herself visiting the Rocky Mountain National Park “to celebrate the passage of the Great American Outdoors Act, a landmark win for all!”
The pandemic has made us value, now more than ever, the national treasure that is our parks & the respite they afford our families.
— Ivanka Trump (@IvankaTrump) July 23, 2020