Ivanka Trump and Chelsea Clinton both took to the stage of the Republican National Convention and the Democratic National Convention respectively to support their parents who are now the Republican and Democratic nominee for President.
The women’s relationship has been subject to public fodder considering their parents are running against each other in the presidential election. People consistently speculate as to whether it has had a negative impact on their friendship. Chelsea recently commented on it by saying they have maintained their friendship but preferred a question to Ivanka asking how her father would follow through on his promises to women.
The graceful and classy woman she is, Ivanka has refrained from making any comments on the matter. However a recent article that was written up perfectly describes the differences between the socialist leaning Chelsea and the capitalists ultra successful Ivanka.
Elvin Bartley with YesI’mRight wrote up a mock situation which describes to a T the political difference between the two,
“Chelsea was deeply ashamed that Ivanka was a rather staunch conservative. She felt that for years Ivanka had harbored an evil, selfish, desire to keep what she thought should be hers rather than benefit society.
One day Chelsea was challenging Ivanka on her opposition to higher taxes in the rich and the need for more government programs. “You don’t need to spend money on all these expensive furnishings in your huge house when their are people who need to earn more than the minimum wage and better food!” Chelsea lectured.
To her shock and amazement, all Ivanka said in reply was, “welcome to socialism.” Chelsea had a 4.0 in college. Insisting she was taking a very difficult workload and was constantly studying, which left her no time for partying like the other people she knew. Ivanka asked her how her friend Audrey is doing.
Chelsea replied, “Audrey is barely getting by, all she takes are easy classes, she never studies, and has barely a 2.0 GPA. She is so popular on campus, she’s having a blast. So Ivanka said, “why don’t you go to the dean’s office and ask him to deduct 1.0 off your GPA and give it to your friend. That way you’ll both have a 3.0 GPA.
Chelsea said, “that’s a crazy idea! How’d that be fair?! I’ve worked really hard for my grades. Ivanka responded, “welcome to capitalism.”