‘Boston Leaning On Each Other’: Ivanka Shares Uplifting Clip During Coronavirus

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Katie Jerkovich Entertainment Reporter
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Ivanka Trump got everyone’s attention Monday when she posted an uplifting clip on Instagram of residents in the city of Boston singing together, but apart, during the coronavirus.

In the video, we see a large red, brick building with several people sitting on their window ledges, a few more people outside and some in a car. While they are all clearly practicing social distancing, they are singing the classic 1972 hit, “Lean On Me” by Bill Withers. (RELATED: REPORT: Coachella Potentially Rescheduled To October Due To Coronavirus Fears)

The first daughter simply captioned the great post, “Boston leaning on each other #TogetherApart.” (RELATED: Congress Pushing To Get An Additional Coronavirus Bill Passed Before Recess)



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During the duration of the song, we can see the residents clapping and singing along as the 70s hit plays somewhere in the background. As the video pans around, you can see people watching but standing far apart from each other as the country tries to do their part not to spread COVID-19 during the pandemic.

The post was one of many from Ivanka in which she uses the hashtag Together Apart. Last week, she posted a couple pictures on her social media account with encouraging tips for parents with kids at home.


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In one of the posts, the first daughter is even seen setting up an indoor tent.


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As previously reported, Friday the White House announced that she would be returning to work there after her tests for the coronavirus came back negative.

The first daughter had been working from home for the last week after the Australian Home Affairs Minister, Peter Dutton, whom she met with earlier in March, shared that he had tested positive for COVID-19. Even though, the senior adviser to the president showed no signs or symptoms she still got tested.

Ivanka and other officials with Trump’s administration met with Dutton during his visit to Washington, D.C. on March 5. She was then tested late last week and the results of the test were revealed Friday.