Girls Who Code CEO demands Ivanka Trump remove her from new book

06 May, 2017, 02:51 | Author: Essie Rivera

In it, Ivanka explains how she has worked to dismantle sexist discrimination in the workplace and stick it to the Patriarchy by-get this-posting more baby pictures on her Instagram.

In yet another Trump administration ethics misstep, an official State Department Twitter account this week shared a post promoting Ivanka Trump's book "Women Who Work".

Ivanka and her husband Jared Kushner, who is also one of Donald Trump's top advisors, claim to own at least $240 million in assets and are the beneficiaries of business empire worth $741 million, reports The Guardian.

Shortly after the release of her new book, Women Who Work: Rewriting the Rules For Success, the first daughter received countless negative reviews on the popular e-commerce site. Just not penned by Ivanka Trump. Other sales pitches are more subtle.

"The message in the book is a bit of a "pull yourself up by your bootstraps", said Graves, whose non-profit helps to protect women against discrimination in the workplace. She has a handsome family and takes wonderful care of them.

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"Thank you to my handsome sisters for the support of my #WomenWhoWorkBook!"

Ahmad told the Times that, ultimately, "the only test is whether (Ivanka Trump) is able to achieve something other than personal gain".

Which is not to say that Women Who Work does not have an ideology.

"I don't believe Ivanka had the same challenges when it came to child care and medical benefits, having pregnancy leave or working hard hours on the job when you also have other responsibilities". After all, if you can choose to win and succeed, anyone who loses must have chosen to lose. Ivanka's public persona is one of being measured, level-headed and articulate; and if she is the one that can deliver commonsense advice to the president without fear of job recrimination, then more power to her. However, she has found clever ways to keep pushing it. "She made a fiery speech, and very honest, the need to make a public apology", explains the daily, which gathers the testimonies of several employees present for the drama". 'During extremely high-capacity times, like during the campaign, I went into survival mode: "I worked and I was with my family; I didn't do much else", she writes. And the child care plan she allegedly crafted for her father has been described by CNN as a "gift to the rich" following expert analysis from the nonpartisan Tax Policy Center.

"Warm scarf wrapped tightly around my neck, I carried everything I needed on my back", she wrote.

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