Ivanka Trump Tweeted About Women's Equality Again And People Didn't Buy It

Ivanka's mission for female empowerment in business is still in works


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Unlike her papa, Ivanka Trump doesn't push out every stream of consciousness on social media. Instead, she Tweets in a considered, professional manner.

That being said, she hasn't exactly avoided her share of Tweet-based blunders.

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Remember when she forgot how the word 'otherwise' could be used in a sentence? Bad times.

Trump's unique brand of feminism has garnered much criticism, be it her inspirational-quote heavy book, Women Who Work, or her continued pledges towards female equality, whilst publicly supporting her father.

Scarlett Johansson summed up a lot of the criticism in her Saturday Night Live skit, 'Complicit.'

'A feminist, an advocate, a champion of women, but, like, how?' Reads the voiceover for the mock advert. But, proving her feminist credentials once more, Ivanka recently posted a video of a project she is spearheading with World Bank.

Trump has championed a fund of €150m (£134m) that will go towards female entrepreneurs around the world.

She posted a video of the fantastic initiative that hopes to 'break down barriers and empower women entrepreneurs to succeed in the modern economy.'

So far, so good. Unfortunately, many people in her mentions aren't really letting it fly, still suggesting that she could do her most effective work in the ear of her father.

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It has come to light that a policy implemented by the Trump administration is blocking hundreds of teenage girls in refugee centres across the U.S. from abortions, and last week Donald Trump rolled back a mandate that ensures employers can't refuse insurance coverage for contraception.

Even without the whole grabbing women by the pussy thing, Donald Trump, doesn't seem too good for women whilst in office, but that hasn't stopped his daughter staying loyal to her father.

That being said, her newest initiative looks like a fantastic one, which will hopefully enforce tangible change in women's loves across the globe.

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