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    The presidential daughter and White House aide has arrived in Bogota, Colombia, on a mission to advance the Women’s Global Development and Prosperity Initiative (W-GDP), launched by her father’s administration this year. However, not only her noble task and aspirations caught the public’s attention.

    Advisor to the US president, Ivanka Trump, has got social media talking with her new look during her trip to Latin America, opting for a short-cut bob. The presidential daughter, tasked with promoting the White House’s Women’s Global Development and Prosperity Initiative (W-GDP), made headlines with her $170 J.Crew blue midi dress with a red belt on Labour Day, as she boarded the Colombia-bound plane, and a snow-white suit when she arrived in the country’s capital Bogota.

    The new collar-length bob, which is much shorter than her signature long waves, completed the power-look. She first parted with her long hair this July, opting for a shoulder-length hairdo, but as the Daily Mail points out, she must have had her hair cut even shorter, and the change has not gone unnoticed.

    ​The new hairstyle seems to have caught the fancy of commenters online.

    ​Some appreciated the whole look.

    ​Some seemed to miss her long hair, however.

    ​But others expressed an opinion that the whole topic is shallow and isn’t even worth mentioning.

    ​Several noted, apparently, joking, that this change might be a signal of even bigger changes to come.

    ​There were also those who simply preferred to trash Ivanka Trump and her father.

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