Ivanka Trump Booed At Women’s Summit

By helping to enable the neo-Nazi takeover of the US Government, you get your pussy card revoked. Those are the rules. I didn’t make them.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who has probably realized that Ivanka Trump is more of the real president than her shitty father, invited her to speak at the W20 Summit in Berlin.

From Jezebel:

Ivanka, Politico reports, was questioned bluntly by the panel’s moderator and was “booed and hissed” by the room of mostly women when she called her father, hilariously, “a tremendous champion of supporting families and enabling them to thrive.” Looks like we’re going to war with Germany now!


When questioned about her father’s misogyny, she said it was made up by the media. That might fly in America, where public schools are basically just babysitting, a lot of the people who graduate them can’t read, and most can’t think critically, but it’s not gonna fly in an actual first world country.

Ivanka is famous for pretending her key to success isn’t piles of family money, and evading answering questions honestly, and she really kept it up at the summit.

“You’re the first daughter of the United States, and you’re also an assistant to the president,” the moderator, WirtschaftsWoche editor-in-chief Miriam Meckel, said. “The German audience is not that familiar with the concept of a first daughter. I’d like to ask you, what is your role, and who are you representing, your father as president of the United States, the American people, or your business?”


“Certainly not the latter,” Ivanka Trump said. “I’m rather unfamiliar with this role as well…It has been a little under 100 days and it has just been a remarkable and incredible journey.”

She did not define what her new role as a senior White House official entailed, but said that she cared “very much about empowering women in the workplace” and defined her goal as enacting “incremental positive change. That is my goal. This is very early for me, I’m listening, learning.”


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