Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner run Army Ten-Miler
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The two presidential advisers were cheered on by their three children as they took part in the race along with an estimated 35,000 others.

Trump shared photos from the day on her Twitter, including one of her kissing her son, Theodore, on the sidelines, and another of Kushner high-fiving their daughter Arabella.

“Army Strong! Hooah!” Trump wrote. “We spent much of the race behind a guy wearing a shirt that said ‘if you can read this, I’m not last.’”

She also shared a photo of the couple posing with Army Chief of Staff General Mark Milley, Secretary of the Army Mark Esper and Colonel Gregory Gadson.

Trump and Kushner are known to be avid runners, and have been seen jogging together in D.C.’s Rock Creek Park.