Hillary Clinton agrees with critics of Donald Trump when it comes to the role that his favorite child Ivanka Trump has played in his divisive exercises of presidential power.
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“Everyone associated with him…they’re either on board with that, or they’re not,” said Clinton in an interview published Tuesday — the same day of the release of her memoir “What Happened,” about the 2016 presidential election.
The former secretary of state, who stunningly lost the election to the former reality TV mogul in November, has recently pronounced him to be a “clear and present danger” to the United States,” due to what she views to be his unstable personality and authoritarian impulses.
In the interview with Refinery29, Clinton, also a former First Lady and U.S. senator, doesn’t hold back when asked about whether Ivanka Trump should be held responsible for his agenda or his sometimes inflammatory rhetoric on Twitter and elsewhere.
Donald Trump and Ivanka Trump at a rally in North Dakota earlier this month. (BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images)
Yes, Clinton said, Ivanka Trump, a White House special assistant, “should be judged and held accountable.”
Since campaigning for her father and then taking a job in the White House with her husband Jared Kushner, Ivanka has tried to shed the “complicit” label attached to her in a scathing “Saturday Night Live” skit.
In interviews or in leaks to the media, Ivanka has tried to get away with giving the impression that she’s in the White House to do good and to be a moderating force on such issues as immigration, health care, climate change, LGBTQ rights and women’s equal pay.
In a June interview with “Fox and Friends,” she said she tries …read more
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