Ivanka Trump is a successful woman who is a feminist that advocates for other women and equality in the workplace. Despite her two degrees from renowned schools, her self-made business accomplishments, and her social liberal and feminist statements, Ivanka is being unfairly criticized and viewed through the prism of her father, writes Kristin Tate in The Hill. Ivanka is a smart woman who has retained her identity, built up her brand, and had no involvement in any of her father's sexist statements, yet she is wrongly getting attacked for them. If she were anyone else’s daughter, she would be praised as a trailblazer, says Tate.
Ivanka Trump is complicit in her father's sexist behavior and attitude toward women. In a recent Saturday Night Live sketch, Scarlett Johansson portrayed Ivanka in a perfume ad that highlights Ivanka's beauty, power and success while satirically yet very accurately accusing her of knowing what she wants and knowing what she's doing, writes Dean Obeidallah in CNN. The sketch questions how Ivanka can claim to be an advocate and champion for women's rights and feminist issues when she is still so devoted to her father despite his misconduct and fails to halt his sexist and racist behavior.