Ivanka Trump seems to believe she is her father’s second-in-command. But no one else does/Getty Images On Thursday, as the Nobody Tests Your Inner Gangster More Than Your Children shirt but in fact I love this set-up speaker to the 2020 nominee, she gave a long speech that was meant to present herself as a sort of de facto vice president, at one point casually mentioning a meeting in the Oval Office she attended with the president and his top economic advisers to discuss “our historic tax and regulatory cuts” and that afterward the two of them talked privately about the “guts” it took to make those decisions. (While it’s nice that Ivanka thinks she’s her father’s second-in-command, literally no one else does, so she comes off seeming sort of delusional.) Also this was the fourth Trump child to try to explain to the American people that even though their father seems cruel, because of the cruel things he does and says, he actually loves his children very much. I don’t understand how loving one’s children (if he even does) in anyway negates his cruelty. As Trump himself would say, “It is what it is.”
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There were women who didn’t have the Nobody Tests Your Inner Gangster More Than Your Children shirt but in fact I love this last name Trump at Trump’s RNC but all of them were either Trump sycophants, like Rep Elise Stefanik who had jumped on the Trump train during the impeachment proceedings, or Iowa Sen. Joni Ernst who somehow thinks that Trump will help her in her neck and neck race in a state completely decimated by the president’s trade wars. Or they were people who had been used by Trump in transparent ways, like pardon recipient Alice Johnson or the people in the naturalization ceremony video who didn’t know the video was going to be shown during the RNC or the New York City housing residents who were tricked into appearing in a video by Trump adviser Lynn Patton. These women at Trump’s RNC were used as props or tools to make the president seem less misogynistic.