WATCH Ivanka Trump Spinelessly Answer If She Believes Her Father’s Accusers
During a recent interview with Peter Alexander, Ivanka Trump was confronted about whether she believes her father’s accusers.
Ivanka was not too happy about the question, to say the least.
Alexander refused to ignore the elephant in the room, pressing the First Daughter on her personal views surrounding the women who have accused Donald Trump of sexual misconduct.
"Do yo believe your father’s accusers?” Alexander asked.
Before answering the question, Ivanka decided to attack the reporter for merely doing his job and asking a fair question.
"I think it's a pretty inappropriate question to ask a daughter, if she believes the accusers of her father, when he's affirmatively stated that there's no truth to it,” Trump said. "I don't think that's a question you would ask many other daughters.”
She then gave her most complicit denial of the subject to date.
"I believe my father,” Trump said. "I know my father. So, I think I have that right, as a daughter, to believe my father."
Ivanka needs to come down from her ivory tower and realize why so many women have come forward about her father’s inappropriate and criminal behavior.
The First Daughter's attempt to sound like a meek, innocent little girl is almost laughable. This isn’t the equivalent of a reporter asking a 13-year-old Chelsea Clinton about her father’s affair. Chelsea was a child at the time and had no official position in the White House.
Ivanka, you don’t get to hide behind the daughter excuse when you’re also a senior White House adviser who claims to be a champion of women’s issues like paid family leave while simultaneously dismissing the sexual assault allegations against the President.
But we get it, Ivanka. Playing innocent and continuing to ride on the coattails of your family’s success is much easier than condemning your father and actually holding him accountable for his deplorable actions.
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