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Ivanka Trump’s “Women Who Work Under” Attack

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Like her father, Ivanka Trump has found a way to raise the ire of liberals. In her second book, Women Who Work: Rewriting the Rules for Success, Trump empowers women to pursue their careers without surrendering their dreams or other aspirations. Trump has been able to successfully work as an executive for her father while maintaining a family and she believes all women have the opportunity to do the same if equipped with the right tools. Her advice falls on the deaf ears of liberals, however. According to them, Trump can’t speak from a position of authority because she was born into privilege and never truly struggled.

Ivanka Trump is First Daughter and Advisor to the President. She wrote this book before the 2016 election, when she was the executive vice president of development and acquisitions at the Trump Organization, cofounder of Trump Hotels, and CEO and founder of the Ivanka Trump Collection and IvankaTrump.com. She is a graduate of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and is the bestselling author of The Trump Card.

“I’m not surprised that liberals are attacking Ivanka for her book,” said Christopher Malagisi, editor in chief of the Conservative Book Club. “The name matters more than the message to liberals and I guarantee this book wouldn’t receive half the criticism it has if it was written by Chelsea Clinton.”

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