Jared Kushner, Ivanka Trump headed to Sun Valley tech, media summit: reports

Jared Kushner, Ivanka Trump headed to Sun Valley tech, media summit: reports
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Jared Kushner and first daughter Ivanka Trump will be traveling to a media and tech conference in Sun Valley, Idaho, according to reports from Bloomberg and Variety.

The annual event hosted by firm Allen & Co will give them the opportunity to meet with a number of tech and business magnates.

The couple will pay their own way to the conference, which kicked off this Tuesday, according to the reports. Variety reported that they will be responsible for their own accommodations.

The Hill reached out to representatives for Kushner and Trump for comment.

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Trump and her husband are both senior advisers in the White House.

At the summit, they will join business leaders such as Bill Gates, Nike co-founder Phil Knight and world leaders including King Abdullah II of Jordan and Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos, according to Variety.

Kushner has worked to connect the Trump administration and the tech community through heading the White House Office of American Innovation and the American Technology Council. The first daughter has spearheaded the White House effort to promote women in entrepreneurship.

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