Watch This Reporter Try to Tell Ivanka That Trump Hates Women, IMMEDIATELY Regrets It!

Ivanka Trump has been one of the most prominent children of Donald Trump to speak publically about him and give interviews. She is also allegedly his favorite child. She recently sat down with ABC to do a segment and answer questions. The segment is best described as a hit piece.

The reporter attacked Ivanka by arguing it was ironic that Donald Trump’s daughter wrote a book called “Women Who Work” given his “history” and track record when it comes to women’s issues.

The reporter asked the following, clearly trying to provoke her,

“You know there is going to be a march where there is a lot of women who feel that your dad is going to set women back, going to turn back the clock. What do you say to those women?”

Trump had the perfect response here,

“I think the facts speak for themselves, I have witnessed these incredible female role models that he’s employed in the highest executive positions my entire life… he always taught me there wasn’t anything I couldn’t do if I set my mind to it and then worked very hard to achieve it… I don’t think that’s the message that a father would relay to a daughter who he didn’t believe had the potential to accomplish exactly what her brothers could.”

What the reporter failed to mention is that the Trump Organization currently employees more female executives than male executives. Because it would not fit their narrative to be truthful about it.

Ivanka Trump has served as a shining light for her father. Which goes to show that he has humanity and gentleness when it comes to his children who nobody can deny are highly successful. She serves as a tool to humanize the President and remind us all who he really is. Mission accomplished.

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