Hillary Clinton says if Ivanka Trump and other White House staffers disagree with the president's controversial agenda and statements, they should leave. But Ivanka says it's more complicated than that.
Buried in an in-depth interview with Refinery29 about her book, What Happened, came a scathing comment for the president's "first daughter." At first, they talked about the 2016 presidential election, the aftermath, public service, and being a woman in the public eye. The conversation then shifted to Donald Trump's off-color comments about women surfacing during his campaign, as reported last year by the Inquisitr.
Noting how many Americans looked to Ivanka Trump as a "moderating force to the Trump administration" and believe "she's kind of failed to live up to a lot of the things she said she would," Refinery29's Arianna Davis asked Hillary Clinton whether she believes the "first daughter" is "complicit in the administration's actions." And, if so, should we feel "sympathetic" toward her?
The 2016 Democratic presidential candidate pointed out that the person most responsible for the controversial and deeply unpopular acts that negatively affect millions of people -- like the executive order ending DACA, the Obamacare repeal effort, the Muslim travel ban, attempts to defund Planned Parenthood, and the White House's reaction to events in Charlottesville -- is Donald Trump.