Appearing on CNN Friday, The Atlantic's Elaina Plott said that her reporting has found that Ivanka from a very young age has defined her identity in good part from how much approval she receives from her famous father. "Ivanka decided that she was only going to see her father as good and do whatever it took to earn his affection".
"If she ever wanted to run for president", he said, "I think she'd be very, very hard to beat". "She reacts very well-that's usually a genetic thing, but it's one of those things, nevertheless".
Stephanie Grisham, the spokeswoman for the first lady, told the magazine that Ivanka and Melania have "always shared a close relationship and still do today".
Speaking to The Atlantic, Mr Trump confirmed reports from January that he was considering Ivanka for the vacant position of World Bank president.
Bruins blast Maple Leafs in violent Game 2
After falling to the Toronto Maple Leafs 4-1 in Game 1 on Thursday, the Bruins played a much more physical style Saturday night. Jake Muzzin was bloodied by a hard David Pastrnak hit, and then delivered a thunderous check of his own on Torey Krug .
Father claims Jovic to reject Barcelona, Man City for Frankfurt
Are you surprised by Jovic's father's claim? "Luka does not want to be against harmony", Jovic senior added. The 21-year-old has 24 goals and seven assists this season.
Henderson reveals chat with Klopp about change in role
It's all about putting the team first, I know that but at the same time I want to contribute as much as I can to the team. I think I've done quite well. "The manager wants me in both positions which is good for me and for the team".
The then-businessman and TV personality married Maples in 1993, only to divorce her in 1999.
In 2018, Ivanka partnered with the World Bank to create the Women Entrepreneur's Finance Initiative, a program quickly nicknamed the "Ivanka Fund" which seeks to enable women in developing countries to more readily access loans and grants to fund their own small businesses and other development projects.
However, Trump said he was afraid of the criticism he would have faced if he chose Ivanka for either position. This is from an Interview that has led Trump with the USA magazine "The Atlantic".
Ivanka and Kushner also raised eyebrows after a White House whistleblower told congressional committees that Trump stepped in to grant the couple security clearances after they had both been initially rejected for clearance status.
In his bombshell White House-insider bestseller Fire and Fury, the author Michael Wolff wrote that Ivanka Trump aspires to a higher achievement than an appointment from her father: to be the first female United States president. However, she refused to say her name.