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. "I've seen her under tremendous stress and pressure", he said.
The president said he didn't nominate her for the post because if he did, his opponents would claim it was "nepotism, when it would've had nothing to do with nepotism".
The Atlantic described Ivanka as one of Trump's most trusted confidants and as relatively well-liked within the West Wing - but also reported that she's faced resistance from other senior officials who doubted her qualifications and questioned what exactly she does from her unpaid role.
During a panel discussion about a new profile of Ivanka Trump in the Atlantic, Lemon laughed when conservative commentator Alice Stewart referred to Trump as a "serious adviser and a dutiful daughter at the same time".
President Donald Trump's 2020 budget proposal will include $100 million for a global women's fund spearheaded by his daughter Ivanka Trump.
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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. The family and Maples collided on the mountain and divorce conversations ensued immediately after. She wrote in her book that she used the experience to give "shape and meaning" to her life. "If she wanted to ever run for President, she would be hit very, very hard", he says.
Brexit: Conservatives and Labour continue talks
European Union leaders have agreed to delay the UK's departure date from 12 April to 31 October, to avoid a no-deal Brexit. Hammond said he expected the government and Labour would strike a deal in the next couple of months.