Those comments echoed similar refrains from the 2016 campaign trail; during an MSNBC town hall in February that year, then-candidate Trump told supporters that negotiating peace in the Middle East would be "probably the toughest agreement of any kind to make".
"From her newly renovated, all-white office in the West Wing, Ivanka Trump often fields messages from progressive friends pushing her to speak out on their pet issues", it reports. The first daughter might disagree to some extent with that assessment when you look at how President Trump made a decision to withdraw from the Paris Accord and ban transgender individuals from serving in the armed forces. "He's a good - he's a good boy", Trump said. "I am proud to support my LGBTQ friends and the LGBTQ Americans who have made enormous contributions to our society and economy", she tweeted during pride month. Moreover, Ivanka, who accepted a position in the administration, doesn't want to be seen as a "super-lib" or lose her credibility with Republicans, by publicly disagreeing with the administration's actions. Back in April during an interview with "CBS This Morning", Gayle King asked Ivanka Trump to address her critics who have said she hasn't spoken out on issues ranging from climate change to efforts to defund Planned Parenthood. "I don't know", the president's son-in-law told the interns. "I think there are multiple ways to have your voice heard", Ivanka Trump said. You know, I tried and I just can't, so I'm sorry. No. "And I express myself with total candor".
At the end of the leaked audio, Kushner revealed he has his doubts about whether he can achieve peace in the Middle East - a goal about which Donald Trump said, 'If (he) can't produce peace in the Middle East, nobody can'. Both of those things happened, but Scaramucci's tenure was short-lived - just 10 days. Ivanka Trump has been lying to the public since day one.
As CNN reports, moving forward, Ivanka Trump will keep working on her initiatives that include paid family leave, childcare tax credit, workforce development, ending human trafficking, and helping to promote education for science technology, engineering, and math.
"They thought we colluded, but we couldn't even collude with our local offices", Kushner told the interns during a private meeting on Monday, according to Foreign Policy.