As the pack of howling Democrat presidential contenders keep rabidly attacking each other, fighting tooth and nail to see how far left they can move the party platform, President Donald Trump’s chances for re-election get stronger every day. Conservative loyal supporters are ready to fight harder than ever to keep him in the White House. The biggest worry on the right has become what happens after that?
If the time has come for a woman president, as American liberals have suggested for years, why not Ivanka Trump? Considering her background and qualifications the idea makes a lot of sense. She’s already getting a feel for the job by acting as an advisor to her father.
One thing is certain, she would be loyal to the Trump ideals of draining the swamp and fighting to stamp out globalist corruption in Washington.
Next week, Ms. Trump will be off to Youngstown, Ohio, where she will speak alongside Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson about “opportunity zones.”
“Our mission is to engage with the private sector,” she wrote in an advance statement. The opportunity zones were created by the administration, “to provide workforce opportunities that allow all Americans, regardless of age or background, to acquire the skills needed to retain high paying jobs.”
By declaring opportunity zones, like the 15 in Ohio’s Mahoning Valley, federal tax breaks will spur investment. They are hoping to get the workers from General Motors’ Lordstown plant working again.
Ivanka Trump’s advisory role at the White House centers around “education and economic empowerment of women and their families.” She also works to create jobs and grow the economy “through workforce development, skills training and entrepreneurship.”
Along with her brothers, Eric and Donald Jr., Ivanka was a valuable asset at the negotiating table, watching over “development and acquisitions” to broker some of the Trump Organization’s “largest and most complex transactions,” Her official biography notes.
Before starting her own lifestyle brand, she graduated from Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business. She has been named in Fortune magazine’s “40 under 40” list as well as being included as one of Time’s “100 Most Influential,” and Forbes “100 Most Powerful Women.”
One of her key selling points is that the progressive left-wing media hates her already. She sent out a tweet referencing the mass shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio.
In her social media post she noted that the underlying problem is untreated mental health symptoms. She favors having any and all firearms removed from those considered “an immediate threat.”
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“Congress should enact Red Flag laws/ Extreme Risk Protection Orders in EVERY state and increase resources dedicated to mental health support,” she posted.
Of course, the comments got nasty and tried to make what should be a mental health issue into a ‘race’ war.
Congress should enact Red Flag laws/ Extreme Risk Protection Orders in EVERY state and increase resources dedicated to mental health support. https://t.co/YWgccND8dH
— Ivanka Trump (@IvankaTrump) August 4, 2019