As Donald Trump rode the latest American wave of populism right into the Oval Office, he brought with him a number of advisers who were ready to shake up the Washington status quo.
Of course, there have been frequent complaints from the democrats regarding who the President has surrounded himself with, which are especially frivolous given the incessant corruption of the Barack Obama administration whose intrinsic relationship to the Clinton Crime Family casts more doubt on his legacy than Trump may ever experience.
In their tired and predictable rabble rousing, the left took particular umbrage against the hiring of Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner, The Donald’s daughter and son in law, respectively.
Sure, nepotism is often considered in poor taste, but this is more of a traditional thought than a practical one. The potential for corruption is not often the potency of corruption, especially in the case of an entity such as our federal government, where checks and balances have been meticulously installed for the sole purpose of ensuring that the right person is in the right role, regardless of their last name.
Ivanka Trump isn’t only transcending her role as the President’s daughter, but also as a level-headed and “hip” Washingtonian whose novel approach to humanitarian politicking is gaining followers the world over. Now, after seeing the First Daughter in action, there is a growing movement to pull Ivanka out from the shadow of her father and have her begin her own journey into public service.
“The internet is gushing over pictures of Ivanka Trump after the First Daughter was captured leaving Air Force One at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland on Thursday.
“Images show the mother-of-three strutting the tarmac with the elegance and grace of a born leader, rocking a black turtleneck and calf-length wool coat.
“Ivanka accessorized her black and camel ensemble with a pair of dangling pearl earrings that grazed the top of her turtleneck.”
Beyond her fully expected and impeccable taste in fashion, however, there is a poise and grace exuding from Ivanka that Americans are responding to in droves.
“In Michael Wolff’s recently released book ‘Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House,’ the author claims that Ivanka and her husband Jared Kushner have a pact that she will run for president if the opportunity arises.
“‘It was a joint decision by the couple, and, in some sense, a joint job,’ the excerpt states. ‘Between themselves, the two had made an earnest deal: If sometime in the future the opportunity arose, she’d be the one to run for president.’
“Wolff states, ‘The first woman president, Ivanka entertained, would not be Hillary Clinton; it would be Ivanka Trump.'”
Those are some mighty large expectations for someone this fresh to the political scene, but Ivanka fans are not surprised.
Twitter was ablaze with commendations for the First Daughter after the photos became public, with many users exclaiming that she would certainly be the “first female President”, and sending the obligatory “like a boss” comments flying.