“I think the first female president of the USA will be @IvankaTrump a beautiful intelligent young genuine successful lady!,” tweeted presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump on Thursday in response to a Twitter question. There’s no doubt Trump’s oldest daughter Ivanka is a professional and classy woman in her own right, and to The Donald’s point, it’s easy to see Ivanka becoming the first female president one day (that is if voters can keep Hillary Clinton away).
Born to Donald and his first wife Ivana Trump, Ivanka like her father went to the Wharton School of Business to earn her bachelor’s degree in Economics. Ivanka then worked for real estate management company Forest Estates and diamond trading company Dynamic Diamond Corp. before enrolling into the family business.
Ivanka’s successful work drive allowed her to triumph over her brothers Donald Jr. and Eric for the position of Executive Vice President of Development & Acquisitions at the Trump Organization. In a 2010 interview with GQ, Ivanka commented about she and her siblings’ strive to succeed, instilled in them by their father: “I look at my brothers and myself and I’m, like, really proud of the fact that nobody’s . . . a drug addict, nobody’s driving around chasing women, snorting coke.”
Alongside being Executive VP, Ivanka participated as a judge on her father’s show The Apprentice. And in all that time, she managed to marry Jewish American businessman Jared Kushner and have three children with him. Ivanka has also become Donald Trump’s leading advisor on “women’s health and women’s relations” for his 2016 presidential campaign. She was recently on televised appearances defending her father from liberal critics, while also unjustifiably becoming the target of liberal media as well.
It’s been rumored that Ivanka will be the one to take over the Trump Organization if her father is elected President of the United States in November. And she is only 34 years old. There definitely could be presidential prospects in Ivanka Trump’s upcoming future.