Published: Friday 23 December, 2016

Ivanka Trump Verbally Attacked on JetBlue Flight to Hawaii for Holidays

President-elect Donald trumps’ daughter, Ivanka, was verbally harassed by a fellow passenger on a JetBlue flight from JFK to San Francisco.

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Ivanka Trump during the JetBlue flight. (PHOTO: Matthew Lasner/Twitter)

Ivanka Trump and her family were flying to Hawaii for the Christmas holidays when she was verbally attacked by a JetBlue passenger. Ivanka was sitting with her kids when the passenger, identified as Dan Goldstein, angrily accosted her.

According to witnesses, Goldstein made angry remarks when he saw Ivanka in the same JetBlue flight Thursday morning. He was overheard saying, ‘Oh my God. This is a nightmare!’

“They ruin our country, now try (to) ruin our flight,” said Goldstein, according to another witness.

The passenger became more agitated during the flight even as JetBlue flight crew tried to pacify him. According to TMZ, Goldstein screamed, “”Your father is ruining the country!”

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“Why is she on our flight? She should be flying private,” he continued.

Meanwhile, Ivanka didn’t pay much attention to Goldstein and tried to get her kids’ attention from the incident by helping them with their crayons.

The Daily Mail said Secret Service officers were with Ivanka Trump and her family during the flight but they chose not to intervene and let the flight crew handle the situation.

When the plane landed in San Francisco, Ivanka and her family were whisked away byt the Secret Service and transferred to a private jet to Hawaii.

As for Goldstein and his family, they were later removed from the flight and transferred to the next JetBlue plane available.

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‘You’re kicking me off for expressing my opinion?!!’he was overhead saying as his family was being escorted by the crew of the plane.

In a statement, JetBlue Airways defended its decision to remove Dan Golstein from the flight as we was causing conflict in the aircraft.

“The decision to remove a customer from a flight is not taken lightly. If the crew determines that a customer is causing conflict on the aircraft, the customer will be asked to deplane, especially if the crew feels the situation runs the risk of escalation during flight. Our team worked to re-accommodate the party on the next available flight.”