Ivanka Trump had some trouble on a JetBlue flight.

FOX's Gurnal Scott with the story:

The daughter of President-elect Donald Trump was traveling coach from New York's JFK Airport with her family for a Hawaiian vacation when a passenger started berating them.

The situation was apparently handled by JetBlue staff and not the Secret Service detail assigned to her. While published reports say the man was shouting, a Twitter post disputes that. College professor Matthew Lasner posted that his husband expressed displeasure "in a calm tone".

JetBlue issued a statement saying asking a customer to exit a flight is a decision "not taken lightly", but is done if the situation "runs the risk of escalation."

In New York, Gurnal Scott, FOX News.

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