Ivanka Trump: The First Female President?

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Ivanka Trump: The First Female President?

Ivanka Trump, First Daughter and Advisory to the president, promotes Donald Trump, POTUS, during his 2016 presidential run

Ivanka Trump, First Daughter and Advisory to the president, promotes Donald Trump, POTUS, during his 2016 presidential run

Ivanka Trump, First Daughter and Advisory to the president, promotes Donald Trump, POTUS, during his 2016 presidential run

Ivanka Trump, First Daughter and Advisory to the president, promotes Donald Trump, POTUS, during his 2016 presidential run

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  Imagine if in the 2020 election, there was a showdown for the presidency between father and daughter. Would the current president, Donald Trump, treat his daughter with the same respect that he gave former secretary of state and democratic nominee for the 2016 election, Hillary Clinton?

  Recently, Michael Wolff, journalist and reporter, wrote a book entitled Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House, which was excerpted in New York magazine.

  In his book, Wolff detailed an interview he had with Ivanka Trump, First Daughter and Advisor to the President. Ivanka stated that “The first woman president would not be Hillary Clinton; it would be Ivanka Trump.”

  Now, hearing that a model and actor wants to be the president of the United States doesn’t exactly insight excitement and confidence in most members of our society.

  “One Trump in office is enough. We do not need anymore.” Tristina Raysor, senior, commented.

  However, Ivanka has a good source of education as well as experience in owning a business, running a presidential campaign, and advising the president. She graduated cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania with a degree in economics in 2004. Ivanka ended up partnering with Dynamic Diamond Corp. to create her own line of jewelry and went on to create her own fashion line which is now available in most all major stores. Later on in her life, Ivanka publically supported her father, President Trump, during his campaign and later became his presidential advisor.

  Although she doesn’t have much political experience, she does have success in the fields that she entered.

  Easily though, many could discredit her for her lack of maturity, similarly to her father. In Wolff’s book, Ivanka laughed at her father’s hair– or lack of it. She even revealed that she commonly makes fun of Mr. Trump to others, describing his, “furry circle of hair around the sides and front,” and even going on to tell that “the color was from a product called Just for Men– the longer it was left on, the darker it got. Impatience resulted in Trump’s orange-blond [sic] hair color.”

  As the President’s Advisor, you would maybe think that she would have more respect towards the President of the United States, but she is still Donald Trump’s daughter and certainly shows that role well.

  Twitter is a commonplace for the father-daughter combination. After the 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards on January 7, Ivanka tweeted, “Just saw @Oprah’s empowering & inspiring speech at last night’s #GoldenGlobes. Let’s all come together, women & men, & say #TIMESUP ! #United.”

  Ivanka was slammed on Twitter following the creation of the tweet. The basis of her tweet was on Oprah’s acceptance speech for receiving the Cecil B. Mille where she was highly critical of the Trump, his administration, and men sexually abusing women.

  There isn’t much support from Republicans or Democrats.

  “No. Absolutely not.” Bella Stephano, senior, stated.

  “If the last name is Trump, I don’t want them in office.” Imani Martin, senior, commented.

  Now, if anyone else on Trump’s administration had spoken up and made the same tweet that Ivanka had, they would probably be without a job. However, still employed, Ivanka still maintains the status of a woman, who mostly likely does not support sexual misconduct, while her father has been accused of it over 15 times. Her tweets and her job clearly contradict each other. Do we want a president in our future who doesn’t say what she means or means what she says?

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