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10 Things You Should Know About Ivanka Trump

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Ivanka Trump, the second-oldest of President Trump's five children, has spent her entire life in the public eye, and helped run the Trump Organization along with her father and two of her brothers. But she's certainly the most famous Trump child, and she and her husband have a role in the Trump administration. Here's what you need to know about a woman that some joked but only somewhat should have been President Trump's running mate.

1. She grew up in the spotlight.

Ivanka Trump and her mother, Ivana, at the Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida in 1994.

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Born Ivanka Marie Trump in 1981, she was given the diminutive version of her mother Ivana's name. She was born and raised in Manhattan, and her parents divorced when she was 10. Her parents were all over the tabloids for as long as she could remember, and she became well-known as a result. She told GQ that when she was 9 years old, photographers would go up to her outside her school and ask, "So is it true that Marla [Maples] said that your father was the best sex she's ever had?"

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At 15, she tried out a modeling career, appearing on the cover of Seventeen and in a Tommy Hilfiger ad campaign, and even walking the runway for Versace and Thierry Mugler. Her parents weren't so keen on the idea. ''This is an interesting case,'' Donald told the New York Times in 1997. ''I am only modestly in favor of this because I understand that that life is a very fast life, and at that age it is always a risky proposition.'' She could only model if she got permission from her school and kept her grades up, and later reflected that she did it to get out of her boarding-school bubble.

According to The Guardian, she quit modeling after high school and later wrote that models were "the meanest, cattiest, bitchiest girls on the planet." She went to Wharton business school, where she graduated summa cum laude, and at first worked an entry-level gig at a different real estate firm to separate herself from the Trump name. But shortly after that, she joined the family business and never looked back. From 2006 until her father announced his run for president, she also was a judge on Celebrity Apprentice.

2. She built her own businesses.

Along with her brothers, Eric and Donald Jr., Ivanka served as an executive vice president of development and acquisition for the Trump Organization. According to the Trump website, some of her main tasks included expanding Trump Hotel brand internationally, determining the interior design of the hotels, and overseeing their international real estate brokerage. She has since stepped down from the role.

But she also has several businesses of her own. She has her own lines of clothing, shoes, handbags, kids' shoes, glasses, and jewelry, and her own lifestyle website. In 2014, she started the #WomenWhoWork initiative on her site, posting articles about career, fashion, and life advice specifically aimed at women looking to climb the corporate ladder. A book with the same title will be available in spring 2017.

3. She's focused on her own family too.

Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner were married at the Trump National Golf Club on Oct. 25, 2009.

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She met her now-husband, Jared Kushner, in 2007 when a commercial real estate broker and another friend set them up on a business lunch. "They very innocently set us up thinking that our only interest in one another would be transactional," she told Vogue. "Whenever we see them we're like, '[It's] the best deal we ever made!'" Kushner is a real estate developer and the owner of the New York Observer. He is also an Orthodox Jew; Ivanka converted to the religion before their wedding in 2009.

The couple now has three children: Arabella, Joseph, and Theodore.

4. She's always been a Trump family booster.

Ivanka's support of her father and her family name goes way back. In 2003, she participated in the documentary Born Rich, which was directed by Johnson & Johnson heir Jamie Johnson. "No matter what I hear about my parents, about my family, no matter what I read, the fact is that I'm absolutely proud to be a Trump," she said. "For a while I was worried that for my whole life I'd sort of be under my parents' shadow, but it's not a bad shadow to be under." In one clip, she seems relatable as she shows off her childhood bedroom, complete with Poison and Motley Crue posters but then the camera pans to the incredible view from her high-rise apartment, and you remember she's a Trump.

Nowadays, it's up to Ivanka to defend her dad who regularly faces accusations of sexism. Back in 2007, her dad told The View, "If Ivanka weren't my daughter, perhaps I'd be dating her." She told Marie Claire that year that Donald was just poking fun at himself. "I mean, I've even heard him say that before," she told the magazine. "He loves seeing people's reaction, when they're flabbergasted. Plus, he was obviously making fun of the fact that he has a tendency to date younger women."

She has steadfastly insisted that her father supports women. "He 100 percent believes in equality of gender, so, yes, absolutely socially, politically, and economically [he is a feminist]," she told Town & Country in May. "[He has] confidence in women to do any job that a man can do, and my whole life has been proof of that."

5. She's reportedly a power player behind the scenes.

At first, Ivanka insisted that she wasn't a part of the campaign, and was simply giving her dad advice and challenging him at times, like any daughter would do. But later, reports surfaced that she had major decision-making power in the Trump campaign.

The Washington Post reported that Donald met with Ivanka, Donald Jr., Eric, and Kushner before firing his campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski. According to Vanity Fair, it was juicier than that: apparently, Ivanka threatened to leave the campaign if Lewandowski stuck around.

Kushner has even said that when Ivanka was about to have a baby, Donald called her three times a day when she couldn't be by his side. Time also reported that the siblings met with Gov. Mike Pence before their father picked him as his running mate.

6. Her new political role might cost her one friend: Chelsea Clinton.

Ivanka Trump and Chelsea Clinton attend the 2014 Glamour Women of the Year Awards in New York.

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Ivanka Trump and Chelsea Clinton hung out in the same crowd before their parents ran against each other for president. Their husbands introduced them several years ago, and they obviously have a ton in common. "I am absolutely friends with Ivanka and I am grateful for her friendship," Chelsea told Cosmopolitan.com in January, adding that the two never discuss politics. "And I'm always going to believe, because this is how my parents raised me, that friendship is more important than politics."

But by March, that situation had changed, according to Politico. The two political kids have reportedly decided not to be seen with one another in public because of the election. The two weren't BFFs but saw each other a few times a year, and things were great when their parents weren't attacking one another. "They both feel in their own way a massive responsibility to do something with how they were raised," an associate told Politico. "Both are really ambitious, both feel obligated to do something valuable."

In April, Ivanka gave a very diplomatic response to a question about Chelsea. "Well, look, we're children and we love our parents, so that's the great equalizer, and that's the great common ground," she said. "But, you know, the last 10 months have really been a whole different level. So I think that she would probably say the same about her mother, so she's probably very proud of her mother, and we certainly would share that, I would think."

7. There's been a campaign to boycott her businesses.

After audio leaked of Trump bragging he could grab women "by the pussy" and get away with it because he was famous, Ivanka still stood by her father. That was the last straw for many women who liked Ivanka, but not her father. According to The Guardian, Shannon Coulter started the hashtag #GrabYourWallet to encourage people to boycott Ivanka's businesses. If Ivanka Trump had distanced herself from the campaign I would not be boycotting her. But something changed for me when that tape was released, she told the newspaper. "I think she is being used to whitewash the candidate and make him more palatable."

Ivanka responded to the campaign in an interview with Good Morning America. "The beauty of America is people can do what they like, but I'd prefer to talk to the millions the tens of millions of American women who are inspired by the brand and the message that I've created," she said. "My advocacy of women, trying to empower them in every aspect of their lives, started long before the presidential campaign did. I've never politicized that message. People who are seeking to politicize it because they disagree with the politics of my father there's nothing I can do to change that."

8. She's been called out for mixing business and politics more than once.

Back in July, Ivanka gave a speech at the RNC on behalf of her father. Shortly after, she sent out this tweet, which said, "Shop Ivanka's look from her #RNC speech" and included a link to the dress she designed and wore:

Twitter users were not happy, with one person writing, "Unbelievable. @IvankaTrump is using her speech to the RNC to market her clothing line."

More recently, Ivanka appeared on 60 Minutes alongside her father, President-elect Donald Trump. Afterwards, members of the media received a "style alert" email from Ivanka Trump Fine Jewelry's vice president of sales, Monica Marder. The 18K gold bracelet featured in the email retails for $10,800.

Across Twitter, people critiqued the email, saying that Ivanka should not be using her father's political office as a way to further her own company:

Abigail Klem, the president of Ivanka Trump Fine Jewelry later told NBC News in a statement that Marder "was following customary protocol" and was "still making adjustments post-election. We are proactively discussing new policies and procedures with all of our partners going forward."

9. She has security clearance and an office in the West Wing.

In an unprecedented move confirming her political influence as Trump's daughter, Ivanka got her very own office in the West Wing of the White House, as well as government-issued communications devices and security clearance to access classified information. Before she had an official role in her father's administration, she planned to serve as an unofficial adviser and agreed to follow the same ethics rules that would apply if she were a government employee.

"Our view is that the conservative approach is for Ivanka to voluntarily comply with the rules that would apply if she were a government employee, even though she is not," attorney and ethics adviser Jamie Gorelick said in a statement. "The White House Counsel's Office agrees with that approach."

Not everyone was so comfortable just going along with that promise. Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Tom Carper sent a letter to Walter Shaub, director of the Office of Government Ethics, asking for more information about how exactly Ivanka would comply with ethics rules. "Ms. Trump's increasing, albeit unspecified, White House role, her potential conflicts of interest, and her commitment to voluntarily comply with relevant ethics and conflicts of interest laws have resulted in substantial confusion," they wrote.

On March 29, 2017, Ivanka took on an official role in her father's administration as an unpaid special assistant to the president, according to the New York Times.

In a statement, Ivanka said, "I have heard the concerns some have with my advising the president in my personal capacity while voluntarily complying with all ethics rules, and I will instead serve as an unpaid employee in the White House office, subject to all of the same rules as other federal employees."

10. White House aides reportedly have a petty nickname for her.

According to a Vanity Fair story, Ivanka's fellow aides in the West Wing call her "princess royal" behind her back. After she briefly took President Trump's place at a conference table with world leaders at the G-20 summit in July, many were aghast, pointing out that no one elected her. (Though, as German chancellor Angela Merkel pointed out, it's not unusual for a delegate to take the place of a president at these events.)

Excuse me, one former Trump adviser told Vanity Fair. This is not a royal family, and shes not the princess royal."

This story was originally published on July 21 and has been updated.

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Meet the real first lady, Donald Trump's model daughter Ivanka

HER father may have just won the US presidential election but Ivanka Trump had more pressing concerns on her mind yesterday morning.

In a smart Manhattan coffee shop she had a tricky adversary on her hands someone she needed to persuade to do exactly what she wanted.

Ivanka is President-elect Donald Trump's model daughter

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Ivanka is President-elect Donald Trump's model daughterCredit: Getty Images

Negotiations were touch-and-go until she went for the clincher: OK, tomorrow, we will go to Dunkin Donuts.

The offer worked. The deal was done. Her three-year-old son Joseph agreed to head off to school.

Like father like daughter. Offer something tantalising and people will do as you wish.

Many think the 35-year-old is the reason for Trump's win

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Many think the 35-year-old is the reason for Trump's winCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd

But Ivanka is more than a chip off the old block. She is the glue that helps the block stick together.

The 35-year-old has become a star in her own right during the long campaign, and something of an icon to the female voters who helped dad Donald clinch the Presidency.

And while her step-mother, Melania, 46, will be the official First Lady, many pundits say Ivanka will be the real power behind the throne.

Donald Trump kisses his wife and future First Lady, Melania, but many feel Ivanka will be her father's real influence

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Donald Trump kisses his wife and future First Lady, Melania, but many feel Ivanka will be her father's real influenceCredit: Splash News

Family friend and business magnate Carl Icahn said: I think her father really listens to her and when I say listens to her I mean I think her father respects her a great deal, and not just because shes his daughter.

During the campaign it was Ivanka who urged her father to behave in a more presidential manner on a number of occasions.

Ivanka reportedly oversaw her father's image during the campaign, telling him he needed to behave in a presidential manner

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Ivanka reportedly oversaw her father's image during the campaign, telling him he needed to behave in a presidential mannerCredit: Getty Images

These included successfully persuading him to back off when he attacked a judge about his Mexican heritage. She also pushed him to tone down rhetoric on abortion.

A long-time pal of Chelsea Clinton, Ivanka even managed to maintain friendly relations with her fathers opponents.

The businesswoman also maintained the family's relations with their opponents, being a long-time friend of Chelsea Clinton, above

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The businesswoman also maintained the family's relations with their opponents, being a long-time friend of Chelsea Clinton, aboveCredit: Splash News

And after his win, pundits declared the new First Daughter the best part of a Trump presidency.

In the past the mogul has even suggested giving her a cabinet post.

He said: I can tell you everybody would say, Put Ivanka in, put Ivanka in, you know that, right? Shes very popular, shes done very well.

More likely, she will have a role working with women and children.

Donald Trump has boasted that people have urged him to include Ivanka in his decision-making

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Donald Trump has boasted that people have urged him to include Ivanka in his decision-makingCredit: Getty Images - WireImage

During the race she pushed her dad to come up with a plan for maternity leave and devised adverts to win over suburban women.

In an election when Trump was dogged by groping scandals and accusations of misogyny, Ivanka was described by long-time political consultant Roger Stone as the campaigns greatest asset.

But while Trump might crave his daughters counsel in Washington, he will no doubt be reluctant to lose the mother-of-three from her current key role at family real estate firm.

The beauty has inherited her dad's love for business

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The beauty has inherited her dad's love for business

She is the Trump Organizations Executive Vice President of Development and Acquisitions, spearheading gigantic real estate deals.

The moguls two grown-up sons Don Jr, 38 and Eric, 32, also hold executive positions at the company.

But it is Ivanka who is said to be Trumps favourite and the child he views as the firms heir apparent.

From a young age Ivanka occupied a special place in her fathers heart.

From an early age, Trump cited Ivanka as the smartest, over her brothers Don Jr and Eric, above

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From an early age, Trump cited Ivanka as the smartest, over her brothers Don Jr and Eric, aboveCredit: Reuters

And when, as a nine-year-old she found herself at the centre of the blaze of publicity around her fathers divorce from her mother Ivana, she adopted the role of peacemaker.

While eldest brother Don was furious at his father and younger brother Eric was distraught, she set about trying to heal rifts despite being teased at school about the scandal.

She would often call her dad from boarding school and Trump would reportedly put her on speaker phone in the middle of meetings declaring her the smartest.

One Trump associate recalled: The only call Donald would always take was [from] Ivanka.

Ivanka grew up in the penthouse apartment of Manhattans Trump Tower, her bedroom commanding a view of Central Park.

As a child Ivanka had a bedroom in the penthouse of Trump Towers, overlooking Central Park

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As a child Ivanka had a bedroom in the penthouse of Trump Towers, overlooking Central ParkCredit: Instagram

But those who knew her said despite such a gilded existence she kept her feet on the ground.

And she was always determined to forge a career in bricks and mortar like her dad.

In 2003 she appeared in a documentary called Born Rich about the lives of kids born into wealth.

Its producer Dirk Wittenborn remembers being struck by how level-headed Ivanka was and her commitment to the family business.

He added: Where most of the kids in that movie made fun of their parents, she did not. She obviously loved her father. That was very clear.

In the film Ivanka says: Rather than getting Barbie dolls, I always wanted Lego. I love looking at the New York skyline and thinking, What I will add to that?

When she finally joined the family business in 2005 after a short spell working for another real estate company, Ivanka threw herself into the job.

In 2003, Ivanka appeared in a film about children with rich parents, in which she claimed she has always wanted to move into the family business

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In 2003, Ivanka appeared in a film about children with rich parents, in which she claimed she has always wanted to move into the family businessCredit: PA:Press Association

And she has managed to dodge accusations of nepotism, earning respect in the cut-throat industry on her own merit.

Michael L. Ashner, who negotiated with her during the Trump Organizations purchase of a golf course in Miami, said: Shes one of the smartest people Ive ever dealt with. She was a thorough, diligent, excellent negotiator.

Becoming a mother to Arabella, five, Joseph, three, and seven-month-old Theodore did little to slow Ivanka down.

One of her biggest real estate projects in recent years was the purchase of the Old Post Office in Washington DC, just blocks from the White House, which she turned into one of the citys most luxurious hotels.

One business associate described her as one of the smartest people he had ever met

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One business associate described her as one of the smartest people he had ever metCredit: Splash News

She brokered the deal while in hospital giving birth to Arabella and toured the site in a golf buggy just days later.

Indeed, of all Trumps children it is Ivanka who appears to have inherited her fathers entrepreneurial spirit.

In 2007 she launched her own ranges of jewellery, bags, shoes and a line of affordable clothing aimed at working women.

Her spin-off products have done far better than Trumps own efforts to launch branded good such as wine, water and cologne.

In her teens, Ivanka, centre left, enjoyed a modelling career

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In her teens, Ivanka, centre left, enjoyed a modelling careerCredit: Efe

As a teenager she also enjoyed a modelling career, working for designer brands including Versace which her dad was still boasting about years later.

In 2003 he told a radio show: Shes six feet tall, shes got the best body. She made a lot of money as a model a tremendous amount.

During her modelling days, her father even praised her body, claiming he would date her if he was not her father

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During her modelling days, her father even praised her body, claiming he would date her if he was not her fatherCredit: AFP

In 2006 Trump horrified hosts on talk-show The View when he said: She does have a very nice figure. Ive said if Ivanka werent my daughter, perhaps I would be dating her.

But sitting beside him Ivanka simply chuckled and clapped. She later claimed modelling was just a way for her to earn spending money and travel the world while at school.

She then quit the to attend top-notch Georgetown University in Washington and later Wharton Business School in Pennsylvania.

Ivanka attended Georgetown University followed by Wharton Business School

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Ivanka attended Georgetown University followed by Wharton Business SchoolCredit: Rex Features

Her 2009 marriage to Jared Kushner, 35 another multi-millionaire property tycoon called for further intense swotting.

Before their wedding she converted to her husbands religion of Judaism, before a rigorous process requiring extensive study.

She is married to multi-millionaire property tycoon Jared Kushner

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She is married to multi-millionaire property tycoon Jared KushnerCredit: Getty Images

Ivanka has actively embraced her new faith and strictly observes Jewish customs including following a kosher diet and sending her children to religious schools.

The couple also mark the Jewish Sabbath each week, meaning between sundown Friday and sundown Saturday, they stop all work, turn off their phones and computers, and spend time with their children.

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The couple have three childrenr

Jared seemed the perfect match for Ivanka given they are both the highly driven children of wealthy New York property magnates who followed their famous parents into the business.

Ivanka has joked: My husbands idea of a date night somehow always involves me looking at one of his development sites.

Thewell-suited couple were both born into extreme wealth and joined their family businesses

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Thewell-suited couple were both born into extreme wealth and joined their family businessesCredit: Fame Flynet


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But while property-obsessed Ivanka never seemed destined for a life in public office, pals say the recent campaigning has awoken an appetite for politics within her.

And this in a country well known for producing political clans such as the Kennedys, Bushes and Clintons.

So some are now wondering if the US could be on the brink of a new political dynasty with Ivanka next in line to run for power.



Who Is Ivanka Trump?

Ivanka Trump, mostly known for holding the position of secret weapon in her fathers presidential campaign, has, in fact, 34 years of mostly unknown work behind her. The real estate fanatic and the working womens supporter has had quite the life in the spotlight. She has had every right to turn out like a washed-up, pretty-faced mess, but Ivanka has refused that lifestyle. Instead, she worked (and continues to work) harder than the majority of millennials and marries that work ethic to a poised, warm and feminine personality.

Ivanka Trump grew up rich. She was and is beautiful and was offered the best of the socialite life. Similarly to many celebrity children, at 10-years-old, her mother and father divorced and young Ivanka was in the middle of a quite disgusting situation. Just one year prior to the finalized divorce, Ivanka recounts going to school where photographers waited to pester her with gossip and questions. Nine-year-old Ivanka was asked by a reporter who stood outside her classroom, So is it true that Marla (Maples) said that your father was the best sex shes ever had? I cannot image the hurt, embarrassment or confusion young Ivanka faced. As a young adult, I fail to fathom how I would respond if someone asked me that now. My respect for Ivanka starts to grow at that moment in her life.

Ivanka went on to start a modeling career. Her father has stated, She was a very successful model, and she just gave it up and went to Wharton. He is right. Ivanka was a fantastic model and posed for Seventeen Magazine and Tommy Hilfiger. She has said that real estate is her passion and that the character of a high profile model is not her cup of tea. Ivanka graduated from Wharton with honor and went on to work for a real estate company other than her father's.

Ivanka worked on "The Apprentice" and is currently Executive Vice President of Development and Acquisition for the Trump organization. Her role is primarily acquiring buildings for Trump hotels around the globe and designing said hotels. Her most recent project is the Old Post-Office in Washington D.C.

Aside from being an executive at an organization that is worth $4.5 billion, Ivanka is also CEO of her household (according to her husband Jared Kushner). The two married in 2009 with 500 guests in attendance. Ivanka then converted to Judaism to be in accordance with her husbands religious beliefs. Their family of five, Jared, Ivanka, Arabella, Joseph and Theodore, respect and participate in Sabbath. For 25 hours, Friday night to Saturday night, the Kushners turn off their cell phones and stay in their apartment on Park Avenue. They take walks, play with their children and spend intentional time as a family. Another remarkable aspect of Ivanka and Jareds family is that, while they employ a Chinese nanny for their children, (she teaches them Mandarin, so cool) Ivanka refuses to let anyone but herself or Jared put her children to sleep at night. She goes into work early so she can come home at a reasonable time and feed them dinner, play and read with them, tuck them in and then she goes back to the office or on a date with her husband. Ivanka has remarked that often these dates end up with the power couple looking at real estate in New York, and Ivanka doesnt mind that one bit.


So why is Ivanka always working? Other than her executive position at Trump, she is also the founder of the Ivanka Trump Collection and the spearhead for the Women Who Work campaign. In 2007, Ivanka designed a line of jewelry. Then she realized that most working women who cannot afford Prada or Chanel work attire needed something better than Ann Taylor and less childish than H&M. She put fashion and design experts from Kate Spade, DVF, Oscar de la Renta and Michael Kors all in a room and wrote the Ivanka Trump Collection brand book (a brands manual). The team still works together and is expanding. Inside the brand book, it reads, We are feminine. We are not girly. We are appropriately sexy. We are not sexpot. We are detailed. We are not overdone. Ivankas line of jewelry, clothing, handbags and shoes fits that motto perfectly. The designs are modest, classic, modern, feminine, and youthful. This vision was born from not only the lack of clothing for women in the professional realm, but also from the heartbeat of the millennial generation. Johanna Murphy, the e-commerce expert from Kate Spade said, We (Ivanka Trump Collection) are targeting millennials who aspire to have very big careers but they are also training for a marathon or learning French or starting a family. Ivanka is completely against the idea which flourished in the 80s that compartmentalized womens work from family. Ivanka said that her favorite moments were when she was playing Legos on her dads office floor, building plastic brick buildings while he did the same with steel. Her lifestyle website, ivankatrump.com, hosts career advice, including how-tos on negotiating deals and managing teams and then there are recipes, parenting advice and a style section. Ivanka wants to see the world of women undivided, with work and home thriving together.

Ivanka Trump is more than what the media feeds us: her involvement with the Republican Nominee campaign, her meeting with Rosie ODonnell, her "unnervingly pleasant public demeanor" or her ideology about maternity leave. Trump represents a generation of hard working women and shows them that they can truly have a thriving family and career. The times are changing for women, we can more than ever before have the best of both worlds. Ivanka Trump is a forerunner in this. She is beautiful, smart, motherly, career savvy and an excellent wife. She knows what she wants and goes after it.

Ivanka was able to find that niche because she is that niche. Donald Trump Jr.
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