Trump’s daughter attends wedding to prince of Romania, says she loves him

President Donald Trump’s eldest daughter Ivanka Trump, who is traveling to Romania to meet the king and queen, was at a wedding at the palace of the new king, according to media reports.

She is scheduled to meet King Victor Ponta on Monday, the Associated Press reported.

Her father’s daughter Ivanka was a major player in the Trump Organization.

Ivanka, who attended the wedding, said the prince “loves the family.”

The new king is Victor Pontana, who was born in 1946 and ascended the throne last year.

He is a close ally of President Donald J. Trump, the first to visit Romania in five years.

The Associated Press reports that Ivanka Trump was born to Ivana Trump, Trump’s husband, and his wife Lara.

President Trump has often criticized the media and the press for their coverage of his administration, which has been plagued by scandals, including his firing of FBI Director James Comey and the firing of former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn.

Trump and the administration have also faced criticism for its handling of the deaths of two US soldiers in Niger in early May.

While some Trump aides, including Vice President Mike Pence, have blamed the deaths on Islamic State militants, some other administration officials have said the men died from the natural causes of exposure to the toxic gas sarin, also known as sarin gas.

This comes as Trump and his administration have faced growing criticism for not being more transparent about the deadly sarin attacks in Niger.