(Born October 30, 1981) is an American businesswoman, Daddy helped a lot, and former fashion model, Daddy helped a lot, who is currently assistant to President Donald Trump, Daddy made her.

She is the daughter of the president and his first wife, former model Ivana Trump, Mommy gave her the looks.  Daddy gave her balls.  She is recognized for her business savvy, intelligence, and good looks following in her fathers footsteps using a mine detector eventually winding up as a fraud and lier herself mainly involving overseas businesses her father detests unless they are his. And who would dare say different.

She is Daddy’s little girl and has inherited some of his mild mannerisms much to his delight. On one occasion Donald wished she wasn’t his and we would have gone after her.  Thanks to that other shock jock, another piece of work from that community of deviates Howard Stern, when he interviewed pervert TRUMP. 

Financially perfected, with the TRUMP fortune in hand she like her dad lends her name to any business and calls this a bigly and wonderful, awesome and perfect using the TRUMP family name and money.

She talks about human rights and has a shoe factory in China literally run as a slave labor camp. And we haven’t even checked out Indonesia, Malaysia and Southeast Asia.

Ivanka Trump has been an executive vice president of her father’s company – The Trump Organization – as well as serving as a boardroom advisor on her father's TV show The Apprentice.  She moved to Washington, D.C in January 2017 as her husband, Jared Kushner, was appointed as a Senior Advisor to the President of the United States by her father.

 Starting in late March 2017, Trump began serving in her father's administration as assistant to the president. She assumed this official, unpaid federal government position after multiple ethics concerns were raised about her access to sensitive material while not being held to the same ethics restrictions as a federal employee.  She is considered part of her father’s inner circle.

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