Ivanka Trump is the most powerful millennial in the United States. She’s directly able to advocate her positions to her father which has earned her both praise and condemnation. Liberals have claimed that the First Daughter and special assistant to the President is “complicit” in her father’s decisions, and to that, she agrees.
“If being complicit is wanting to be a force for good and to make a positive impact, then I’m complicit,” Ivanka said to Gayle King on CBS This Morning on Wednesday. “I don’t know if the critics that say that of me if they found themselves in this very unique and unprecedented situation that I am now in would do any differently than I’m doing right now.”
The President’s daughter said that she and her father have had disagreements over some policy decisions but would not discuss them publicly. Ivanka said she is very direct with her father, but it wouldn’t be advantageous to criticize his decisions publicly.
“I’ll continue the advocacy work I was doing in the private sector, advocating for the economic empowerment of women and I’m focusing on the role of education,” Ivanka continued. “I’m still my father’s daughter.”
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