Ivanka Trump softens her father's brash and combative image with a social agenda toward female empowerment.
Fiona Sydney

2017-06-09 06:37:00 Fri ET

To complement President Trump's pro-business economic policies such as low taxation, new infrastructure, greater job creation, and technological innovation with a 3% GDP growth rate and a target inflation rate in the healthy range of 2.2%-2.8%, Ivanka Trump softens her father's brash and combative image with a social agenda toward female empowerment, childcare, and maternity leave.

Ivanka Trump and her husband, Jared Kushner, both senior advisors to the president, help prevent an open trade war and military confrontation between America and China. Meanwhile, however, some regulatory agencies probe into Jared Kushner's close ties with Russia and Ivanka Trump's cosmetic product penetration in China. These non-economic issues may complicate the Kushner couple's soft and significant role in the White House in light of Trump's supply-side pro-growth economic policy agenda and his recent retreat from the Paris climate accord. This latter withdrawal causes several American CEOs such as Tesla and Space X CEO Elon Musk and Disney CEO Bob Iger to back out of Trump's advisory economic council. Whether President Trump can continue to gain ubiquitous support from key industry leaders remains an open controversy. 

 


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