Ivanka Trump posted a picture of herself seated behind the Oval Office desk — flanked on either side by her father, President Donald Trump, and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau — that is drawing a lot of reaction online.
Trump posted the image on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, where she has millions of followers.
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A great discussion with two world leaders about the importance of women having a seat at the table! ???????????????? pic.twitter.com/AtiSiOoho0
— Ivanka Trump (@IvankaTrump) February 13, 2017
Many commented how the seat suited her and cheerleaded for her to run for president some day.
Kathleen O’Donnell wrote the top comment on Facebook: “I’m going to predict that Ivanka will one day sit in that seat as the first female President of the USA! She’s brilliant, classy, accomplished and more than capable!”
“I laugh at the fact that the left says Trump doesn’t respect [women], but yet Ivanka will do more for women than all of the female Washington elite will ever do,” wrote Kyle Selby.
Others were not as supportive.
“Nepotism, anyone? Disgusting how this family behaves,” one person commented on Instagram.
While Michelle Robinson added on Twitter, “This is amazingly inappropriate.”
Ivanka Trump helped host an event at the White House on Monday for top U.S. and Canadian female business leaders. The first daughter sat next to Trudeau at a round-table discussion.
At the event, Trump and Trudeau announced the creation of the United States Canada Council for the Advancement of Women Business Leaders-Female Entrepreneurs.
“Among the business leaders in attendance were General Electric Canada CEO Elyse Allan, Accenture North America CEO Julie Sweet, TransAlta Corp. CEO Dawn Farrell and Investissement Québec’s Monique Leroux,” Fox Business reported.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 13, 2017
“Ivanka is very much involved in this,” Trump said in front of the panel and the media, opening the meeting.
Ivanka Trump has no official title at the White House, but she has taken a leave of absence from her own personal business and the Trump Organization, signaling that she plans to play a role in her father’s administration.
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