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Ivanka Aims to Be an Advocate in Dad's White House

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Monday, 08 Aug 2016 01:36 PM

Ivanka Trump says she's ready to serve in the Trump Administration as an advocate for women and such issues as affordable child care should her father be elected president in November.

In an interview with Harper's Bazaar, the eldest daughter of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump says:

"The presidency of the United States is an incredible thing. You have an ability to effectuate change at the highest level. There are issues I am deeply passionate about.

"Obviously, I'm a huge advocate for women and women's issues, like child care. The cost of child care is incredibly onerous."

Trump says that when the phrase "working woman" is uttered, "There's a certain caricature that comes to mind. Yet that doesn't exist for men. In fact, I've never heard anyone say 'working man.' Ever. Because there's an assumption that they work.

"But that doesn't mean we should all work 100 hours a week. It may mean for some of us staying home and taking care of our children. It's about celebrating women and their personal choices."

As far as personal choices, is Ivanka pro-choice?

"I don't talk politics. I made that decision at the beginning of this campaign because I am not the candidate," she tells Harper's Bazaar.

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