Ivanka Trump admits to disagreeing with her father just as sources claim she fears for the damage his toxic Presidential campaign is doing to her own business activities; she now faces a personal crucible
Ivanka Trump was, until recently at least, considered a level-headed rising star. Her conduct in business has been lauded as the polar opposite of her brash father but now, at a time when sources close to the wannabe President of United States of America’s daughter inform The Steeple Times she fears for the damage his wild remarks are doing to her own activities, she has given an interview to the Heart Communications owned Town & Country magazine in which she admitted she doesn’t always agree with her father.
In a feature that lauds her as a “levelheaded, calm antidote to her father’s speak-from-the-gut rabble-rousing” and as someone “consistently cool and supremely well behaved”, Tim Teeman questioned Miss Trump as to whether she ever “admonishes [her father] for his more outrageous assertions and personal insults”. Her answer was clear:
“Well, I’m his daughter. 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 [her daughter] challenges me every day. People ask me, do I ever disagree with my father? It would be a little strange if I didn’t”.
The executive vice president of development and acquisitions at the Trump Organization and founder of Trump Fine Jewelry and the Ivanka Trump Collection continued:
“[My father’s] focus is on politics, and he is running for the highest elective office in this country, and arguably the world, and so from a business perspective I’m busier than ever. My brothers and I are running our business”.
Clearly, whilst not an outright attack on ‘The King of the Combover’, Miss Trump is plainly beginning to use the press to distance herself from her father’s trainwreck of a campaign. She has, indeed, reached the point where she needs to carefully consider the crucible she faces. The rot has set in for ‘The Donald’ and if Miss Trump wishes to remain a figurehead for women in business, she truly now needs to standalone.
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