First, Donald asks Russian hackers to commit espionage against the United States. Now, Ivanka Trump is vacationing with Vladimir Putin’s girlfriend? America, come on.
To borrow a phrase from I Love Lucy’s Ricky Ricardo, “Ivanka, you’ve got some explaining to do.”
Wendi Deng Murdoch, billionaire Rupert’s ex-wife, is supposedly dating the Russian president, and Ivanka Trump is chilling in Croatia with her.
If you look at Ivanka Trump’s Twitter page, you don’t see anything mentioning her Croatian vacation with Putin’s rumored girlfriend.
But, get ready to hear it.
Trump’s next speech might include that “the media spun Ivanka’s vacation” even though it’s right here in full-color. His supporters are going to believe it.
If the disgusting and corrupt media covered me honestly and didn't put false meaning into the words I say, I would be beating Hillary by 20%— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 14, 2016
Like this “false meaning”?
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“It’s amazing to see how his message has resonated and what he’s been able to accomplish as a non-politician with a very strong point of view,” Ivanka Trump mentions in a recent interview with Town & Country.
Yet, America, with such a “resonating” message, why is the Trump family so cozy with Russia?
Here’s a better question.
Why are Trump supporters so comfortable with the family’s close ties to Russia? Trump supporters deem themselves to be some of the most “patriotic” Americans. Yet, in the same breath, they support idealistic treason.
In a previous Inquisitr report, it notes that Trump’s daughter would be more likely to vote for Hillary Clinton than her own father.
Supposedly, her ideas are more progressive and relate more with Clinton’s perspective than Trump’s brand of U.S. border construction projects.
“But wait…there’s more.”
IVANKA: 'THEY'RE SCARED'... https://t.co/PP3OALotVW— Italians For Trump (@Italians4Trump) August 10, 2016
In the same interview, Ivanka Trump was asked if she ever disagrees with Donald’s “outrageous assertions.”
“Well, I’m his daughter,” Trump responds with a smile. “In a political capacity, I don’t.”
“It’s his campaign. I don’t feel that’s my role. But I would challenge him as a child. That’s what children do. Arabella challenges me every day. People ask me, do I ever disagree with my father? It would be a little strange if I didn’t.”
Yet, Ivanka appears to take after Trump’s Russian relations just fine in the above photo.
“Strange things are happening.”
As Randy Newman once sang via Toy Story, it’s like all of a sudden, some strange things are happening to America.
Has Ivanka inherited Trump’s flip-flopping gene as well? In the same interview where she mentions challenging his idealism, she also notes that she fully supports Trump.
You can’t fully support someone when you’re partially against that person, right? So, either the support is off or Ivanka Trump’s perspective isn’t as aligned with Hillary as many media outlets report.
Donald's children continue to excuse his outrageous race-baiting. And some, I assume, are good people https://t.co/jZ07YaaYtS— Mark Suster (@msuster) August 13, 2016
“As the middle child, Ivanka was the peace maker and keeper,” said Ivana Trump, Ivanka’s mother. “She was always a savvy deal maker and negotiator, even as a little girl. She could charm anyone.”
Even Trump supporters and the American public? If she fully supports father Trump, Ivanka must also support his campaign message, right?
Here’s an interesting take on how the media “spins” Trump’s words.
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Facts are facts.
Since when has America, as a country, been greater than it is today? Does Ivanka Trump believe her father can “make America great again”? Will that be with Russia’s help?
Secret Ledger in Ukraine Lists Cash for Donald Trump’s Campaign Chief https://t.co/zXTl9VVgUp— kbc (@NTKRNow) August 15, 2016
All in all, to digress, several Instagram users have voiced their opinions on Ivanka’s photo — mostly negative. Even some Trump supporters have mentioned that Ivanka shouldn’t have posted such a thing given the importance of her dad’s campaign.
“Donald Trump is just a symptom of the conservative movement’s rejection of facts and knowledge,” reports Politicus USA.
Yet, this is something that can’t be rejected, as can be seen by Trump supporters’ reactions.
What are your thoughts? Feel free to share them in the comments.
[Photo by Greg Allen/Evan Agostini/AP Images]