President Trump will very likely win again in 2020, even without the assistance of the imploding Democrats. When he’s done in 2024, his replacement will be the very first woman to hold the Office of The President of the United States of America, Ivanka Trump. You read that right, Ivanka Trump is not only being prepared, she’s more than capable of doing the job. She has played an important role in her father’s administration, as Advisor to the President. Not only has she helped the President with many difficult decisions he’s had to make, she’s also been a force behind the education and economic empowerment of women. She’s helped organize several groups across the nation to create jobs through workforce development, skills training and entrepreneurship for women.
Ivanka graduated from the same school as her father, the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania in 2004. She’s every bit as sharp and savvy, if not more so, than her two brothers, when it comes to business and knowhow. Before her father’s election as our 45th President, she led some of the company’s largest and most complex transactions. She’s been recognized for her accomplishments in Fortune magazine’s prestigious “40 under 40” list (2014). Honored as a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum (2015). She was also featured in Time’s 100 Most Influential list (2017) and Forbes ”World’s 100 Most Powerful Women” (2017). She’s also the author of two New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestselling books.
On top of all of this, she’s a very down-to-earth, friendly and kind person. When I worked for the President-elect, early-on, there were many times I drove a staff car in the motorcade in New Hampshire. One day, upon picking up fellow staff as they departed the big Trump Boeing 757, Ivanka got in the back seat of my Suburban. She was friendly and congenial, and when I asked her if she’d mind signing my book, she cheerfully reached for it on the console.
After the event, I asked her if she could have her father sign it for me. As it turned out, the motorcade was getting ready to depart and there wasn’t enough time. She took it with her, had the President-elect sign it and sent it back to me two days later, via Fed Ex. Anyone paying attention for the past four years knows, the President’s children were all taught to respect others and to work hard and work smart. Nothing was given to them because they came from wealth.
For the past few decades, American workers have been sold out by our politicians in Washington. President Trump had pledged a new kind of economic agenda to change things for the better in the U.S. His policies of Buy American and Hire American have poured investment back into the United States. More manufacturing jobs were created in 2018 than any single year in the last 20. Earlier this year, Ivanka hosted some of the country’s top CEO’s – including Apple’s Tim Cook and Walmart’s Doug McMillon, for the first meeting of the American Workforce Policy Advisory Board at the Whitehouse. This group made up of 25 leaders, who will then advise President Trump’s National Council for the American Worker. Identified⏤was the need for a skilled workforce. Since then, 205 companies and organizations have pledged more than 6.5 million new career opportunities and apprenticeships for American workers and students. “The right skills matter more than degrees”, Ivanka said.
This is also a woman who is doing things on a worldwide scale as well. On her recent trip to Africa in April, Ms. Trump was pushing legislation in the Ivory Coast, which would make it more equitable for women’s ownership rights and their equal management of household assets. Shortly after her visit, this new law was passed. Ivanka has spearheaded a White House initiative to help women in developing countries get ahead economically. With Ivanka’s leadership, the White House announced grants of $27 million for 14 projects in 22 countries, mostly in Africa, which are meant to help women with employment and entrepreneurship.
As I searched to locate some comparable efforts by the past First lady, Michelle “I did nothing memorable” Obama, you can’t seem to locate any. That’s because they didn’t exist. That’s because she was too busy showing children of Liberals how to plant organic food in the White House garden. The past First Lady couldn’t hold a bra strap to the current First Daughter, when it comes to accomplishments, and doing things truly impactive to help Americans and the rest of the world.
America dodged a bullet in 2016. Not only did we avoid having one of the most corrupt and dishonest politicians as our president, we avoided having the first female president of the United States be a heinous, nasty and power-hungry woman.
To the contrary, we will have a very capable, strong, intelligent, kind, honest and dynamic woman as our first female president.
Just like her father, Ivanka will do what’s best for America and her legal citizens.
And Bill Clinton will get another beating, as he likely did in 2016, when Billary had a meltdown when she lost.
Karma is a bitch!