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Ivanka Trump helps open first 'cold case' office in Bloomington


Ivanka Trump, senior advisor to and daughter of President Donald Trump, was in Bloomington July 27, helping to dedicate the first Cold Case Task Force Office for Murdered and Missing American Indians and Native Alaskans. (Sun photo by Raymond T. Rivard)

Ivanka Trump, the senior advisor to President Donald Trump, visited Bloomington Monday, July 27, to help open the first Cold Case Task Force Office for Missing and Murdered American Indians and Alaska Natives.

The junior Trump was joined by U.S. Secretary of the Interior David L. Bernhardt and Assistant Secretary-Indian Affairs Tara Katuk Sweeney in opening the Bloomington office, located at 2051 Killebrew Drive.

The Bloomington office was the first opened of seven such offices scheduled to be dedicated across the country in the next month.


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