Ivanka Trump Alabama

Ivanka Trump visits the facility of the Advanced Manufacturing Technician program at Alabama Robotics Technology Park in Decatur, Ala., on Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2019. (Jeronimo Nisa/The Decatur Daily via AP)

DECATUR, Ala. (AP) — Ivanka Trump visited a robotics training center in Alabama to make a workforce development announcement.

News outlets report that President Donald Trump's eldest daughter and senior adviser on Tuesday visited the Alabama Robotics Technology Park outside Decatur.

The younger Trump announced an expansion of a skills training program created by Toyota Motor North America. The program called the Federation for Advanced Manufacturing Education, FAME, will be managed by the National Association of Manufacturer's Manufacturing Institute.

She says apprenticeship programs will be expanded across the nation.

The younger Trump tweeted that it was an "incredible day" visiting with students at the center.

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