Ivanka At Davos: I Gave Up My Past Life To Help The American People

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Ivanka Trump joined her father in Davos , where she said that she "gave up her life" to help Americans.

In January, Ivanka Trump, White House adviser and daughter of the president, once again joined her father on the world stage, traveling to the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, and playing an outsized role in the delegation, according to The New York Times.

The Times noted that Ivanka was “was presented at this conference of global elites as a principal second only to her father, even as she traveled as part of a delegation that included all of the president’s most important economic advisers.”

At a breakfast with corporate executives that she co-hosted with President Donald Trump and helped to organize, Ivanka “took precedence over four cabinet members and the president’s top economic adviser, Larry Kudlow, who were also in attendance.”

During an interview, the first daughter said she would “continue to be focused on the areas where I’ve helped the president move the ball. I gave up my life to move to Washington to try to help Americans, and I’m proud of what we’ve been able to accomplish.”

Ivanka’s appearances at events involving global leaders and other movers and shakers began in 2017, The Times noted, when she “briefly took her father’s chair at a Group of 20 summit meeting in Hamburg, Germany.”

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