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Back to the Grind: Trump's Family Returns to Work After Election Win


The family of Donald Trump returned to work Monday morning at Trump Tower for the first time since the patriarch became the president-elect.

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Eric Trump made his way past the barricades at the Fifth Avenue building in Manhattan. In the lobby he was spotted holding the elevator door open for others.

Ivanka also headed back to work Monday morning, walking hand-in-hand with her husband, Jared.

She started the work week with a little fun as her and the staff of her fashion label did the mannequin challenge. Ivanka literally held a mannequin in the viral craze.

 

We opened the new #TeamIvanka office and had to partake in the #mannequinchallenge. Mannequin included 😉

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President-elect Trump and his family are coming to terms with their new normal as they simply can't just come and go as they please anymore.

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Over the weekend Donald Trump reportedly wanted to attend the historic UFC fight at Madison Square Garden, but his Secret Service detail voted it down.

The president-elect's eldest son, Donald Jr. and his wife, Vanessa, celebrated their 11th wedding anniversary at the big bout between Ireland’s Conor McGregor and America’s Eddie Alvarez, the first UFC event to be held at the Garden since 1995.

UFC honcho Dana White, an outspoken Trump supporter, spoke about his admiration of the real estate mogul over the summer, saying: “I've been in the fight business my whole life. I know fighters. Ladies and gentleman, Donald Trump is a fighter and I know he will fight for this country."

Donald spent his weekend inside his beloved Trump Tower, now known as “Fortress Trump,” where he taped his 60 Minutes interview in his penthouse apartment on the 50th floor.

Appearing on CBS This Morning Monday Leslie Stahl spoke about the interview.

"He's taking it very seriously, sitting there, it's sinking in," Stahl said. "He wants to present himself as a serious person. He wants to do a good job.”

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