Ivanka Trump Celebrates July Fourth With Video of Cowboy on Bucking Horse

To celebrate Independence Day, Ivanka Trump, daughter and top adviser to President Donald Trump, shared an online video of a cowboy riding a bucking horse on Saturday. Additionally, the first daughter also used social media over the Fourth of July weekend to encourage people to follow social distancing guidelines amid the pandemic.

Trump shared a seven-second clip of a saddle bronc competition this morning. Although it appears the footage video may have taken place at a rodeo, the location of the rodeo event is unknown. "God Bless the U.S.A!" she tweeted, alongside the video.

Late last night, Trump took to social media to encourage her Twitter followers to be "safe and responsible" during the Fourth of July weekend. She suggested they practice "proper hygiene" and also recommended they "wear a mask" if close to others.

Everyone should "follow state & local guidelines to keep you and your loved ones safe," she tweeted.

Happy 4th of July! God Bless the U.S.A! 🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/mKtFloX2lg

— Ivanka Trump (@IvankaTrump) July 4, 2020

As first daughter was advising others on social distancing, her father attended a fireworks display on Friday at Mount Rushmore. Despite his daughter's advice, the president's Rushmore celebration did require attendees to wear face masks.

Prior to the July 3rd event, Republican South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem told Fox News' The Ingraham Angle "we won't be social distancing."

"This is a wonderful opportunity for us to celebrate America's birthday, to join together and have some unity, and really focus on opportunity in America," Noem added.

Earlier this week, Trump shared a picture of herself with Arkansas Congressman Bruce Westerman and California Congressman Kevin McCarthy on Instagram wearing masks together. "Wear a mask. Plant a tree," she wrote alongside the image.

Newsweek reached out to the White House for comment but did not hear back before publication.

The first daughter is set take part in a virtual American Forestry Conference later this month to promote environmental policies, including the One Trillion Trees Act and the Great American Outdoors Act.

Her expected attendance at the event comes after the president announced in January that the U.S. will become involved in the One Trillion Trees Initiative, a worldwide effort to grow and restore a large quantity of trees.

"I am excited to virtually join the American Forestry Conference to discuss the future of forestry, the One Trillion Trees Initiative, the Trillion Trees Act, the Great American Outdoors Act and more," the first daughter told Newsweek. "The profound impact America's forests have on our environment, our families, our workforce and our well-being is the reason this Administration has made protecting and promoting healthy and resilient forests a priority."

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WASHINGTON, DC - MAY 19: Ivanka Trump, first daughter and adviser to President Donald Trump, and her husband and senior adviser Jared Kushner wait for the beginning of a cabinet meeting in the East Room of the White House on May 19, 2020 in Washington, DC. Earlier in the day President Trump met with members of the Senate GOP. Alex Wong/Getty