Ivanka Trump told Fox News on Monday on 26 June that she is trying ‘to stay out of politics’, that her claim caused a hot discussion, the social media users were perplexed, asking each other ‘Do these people know what words mean?’
‘Get out of the White House’ – the user on Twitter didn’t understand the words of the first daughter when she wrote that she is trying to stay out of the politics. How that possible, being the daughter of the POTUS and having the office in the White House is still unclear. For everyone, not for Ivanka.
Twitter users trolled Ivanka for her inability to express her thoughts because her life in the White House automatically means that she IS ‘in politics’, not out of it, whatever she did. Her husband is the senior adviser to the president, her father is the leader of a nation.
‘Get out of the White House,’
that was the only advice to Ivanka to keep her words about her trying ‘to stay out of the politics’.
Ivanka Trump about political instinct of her father
Twitter is mercilessly slamming Ivanka Trump for her words to Fox & Friends on June 26. During it, the 36-year-old was questioned about what she advised her father regarding his quick-fire use of Twitter.
“I try to stay out of politics. His political instincts are phenomenal. He did something that no one could have imagined he’d be able to accomplish. There were very few who saw it early on,”
the first daughter said.
Do not forget that this woman has an official, but unpaid role in her father’s administration as assistant to the president and an office in the West Wing. Also Ivanka has drawn fierce criticism over the past few months that she is writing books instead of doing enough to take a firm stance on key progressive issues such as climate change. As an assistant she could do much more for the country, taking into account her proximity to the POTUS.
However, she said there were issues and areas on which she disagreed with her father.
“I advise my father on a plethora of issues,” Ivanka said. “He trusts me to be very candid with my opinions. I don’t have a hidden agenda. I make it very clear where I stand on a certain issue. So I give him my open and candid feedback. Sometimes we agree, sometimes we disagree.”