Ivanka Trump participates in 'vape juice' experiment with Iowa high schoolers

  • Ivanka Trump traveled to Waukee, Iowa, on Monday to tour a job training and science facility.

  • The trip was to promote the president's infrastructure proposal, which includes funding for federal job training programs.

  • Trump took part in a series of experiments, including testing "vape juice" from an electronic cigarette to measure its nicotine content.

  • The infrastructure proposal faces an uncertain future in Congress.

Ivanka Trump participated in some science experiments during a trip to Iowa on Monday as part of a push to raise awareness about President Donald Trump's infrastructure investment plan.

The infrastructure spending proposal includes funding to grow federal job training programs like Ivanka's destination: the Waukee Aspiring Professional Experience's (APEX) Innovation & Learning Center.

The center is part of a joint job training and research effort between local businesses and the school district in Waukee, Iowa.

During the visit, Trump took part in a series of experiments students were conducting.

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"This is so amazing. This is such a cool place to come," Ivanka said. "It’s going to be hard to get rid of us."

The experiments ranged from helping to write code, to programming a wind tunnel, to an examination of a zebrafish embryo.

During one of the tests, Ivanka tested the nicotine content of "vape juice" used in electronic cigarettes while donning a lab coat and safety goggles.


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