Ivanka Trump Was Justin Trudeau's Guest of Honor at a Broadway Play About Immigration
He also introduced the acclaimed musical, "Come From Away."
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was in New York City Wednesday night, inviting Ivanka Trump to join him at a Broadway musical that celebrates immigration.
Trudeau introduced the show, Come From Away, which tells the story of American citizens trapped in Canada following the September 11 attacks.
"There is no relationship quite like the friendship between Canada and the United States,” Trudeau said as he introduced the play. "The deep ties of business, of friends, of culture, of people traveling back and forth, families of all these connections. This story, this amazing show is very much about that. And it’s about friendship as well."
Ivanka's invitation came a month after photos of her gazing at the hunky PM went viral on social media.
According to reports, more than 100 world ambassadors were invited to the play.
Earlier in the day, Trudeau was spotted in Harlem having lunch at Red Rooster.
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