Stanley Cup Champs Run Into Ivanka, Cameras Caught What Team Began Chanting

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While having a date night at Café Milano in Georgetown on Saturday night, First Daughter Ivanka Trump and her husband, White House advisor Jared Kushner, ran into the Washington Capitals. Cameras caught what the Stanley Cup champions began chanting as soon as they spied President Donald Trump’s gorgeous and intelligent daughter.

While having a date night at Café Milano in Georgetown on Saturday night, First Daughter Ivanka Trump and her husband, White House advisor Jared Kushner, ran into the Washington Capitals. The team was at the restaurant on an unofficial no-holds-barred victory tour. (Photo Credit: Jason Perkins/Twitter)

First Daughter Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner ran into the Washington Capitals at a D.C. hotspot on Saturday night and bought the team a round of shots. The couple was on a date night at Café Milano in Georgetown when the Stanley Cup winners spotted them.

Plenty of people have crossed paths with the Capitals since they won the Stanley Cup on Thursday night. On Saturday night, two of those people were Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump. While apparently stopping to eat dinner at Café Milano in Georgetown, the Capitals ran into Kushner and Trump who were also at the restaurant. The team even stopped to get photos with them.

They also paraded around the room with the Stanley Cup in hand as the patrons in the room cheered. Later, they got behind the bar and starting singing, “We are the Champions.” [Source: WJLA]

“I am eating at the bar at Café Milano and the Champion Caps and Javanka (Jared and Ivanka) are here. Top that,” tweeted Zach Hanover at 8:15 p.m., along with a video of Ivanka warmly greeting the hockey players.

The team was at the restaurant on an unofficial no-holds-barred victory tour. Amused diners filmed them using their trophy as a giant champagne goblet and leading a rendition of “We are the champions.” After introductions, the first-time champs invited Jared and Ivanka to a private dining room in the restaurant and the group took a picture.

Capitals Captain Alex Ovechkin posed front and center with the cup, standing next to a beaming Ivanka and surrounded by the rest of the players on the team, a photo tweeted by Philip Pritchard showed.

“They all started chanting ‘Trump, Trump, Trump,’” a source told Page Six. The couple ended up thanking the team for their hospitality with Tequila shots. “Jared said they bought 27 shots of Patron,” the source said.

Although the Caps haven’t been formally invited to the White House yet — and one player, Devante Smith-Pelly, said he wouldn’t show if they were — the group “told Jared and Ivanka they looked forward to seeing them at the White House,” according to the source.

It’s wonderful to see the support President Donald Trump has from the Capitols, especially when other athletes are so vocal about their opposition to him. He deserves the support and respect of every American.

President Trump is breaking down barriers and working to make the world a better and safer place. He has already accomplished more in this regard than his predecessor, Barack Obama, did in eight years. The Capitals are right to support Trump so openly. Other professional athletes ought to take note and follow suit.

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