"Inside Ivanka's Dreamworld." I spent the last three months profiling Ivanka Trump. This is the result
Ivanka went to every White House meeting about the Paris Agreement... yet she couldn’t put a competent argument together about why the US should stay in. breaking climate news in her subtle, striking Ivanka profile:
It’s a good night to read on Ivanka Trump
The line that matters most in this on-point look at the woman who staff say calls herself the first daughter: “If she ever wanted to run for president,” he said, “I think she’d be very, very hard to beat.”
“Very good with numbers.” - Trump on Ivanka in a juicy profile by ⁦
Trump considered Ivanka for the World Bank, he told The Atlantic, and says she would have been great at it because "she's very good with numbers."
Remember when the Trumps promised Don Jr and Eric would stay out of politics to avoid conflicts of interest? President Trump is now openly admitting that Don Jr's "enjoying politics."
You might not expect a story about Ivanka Trump to include a passing appearance by Michael Jackson and a long bit about Burning Man, but here it is. Carve some time out of your day to read this, from .
While piece gets at Ivanka’s blinkered vacuousness, it doesn’t make the obvious point that by choosing being a bauble on the finger of a racist bigot autocrat is arguably worse than being the autocrat.
“The only unpardonable sin in New York society is poverty.”
An extraordinary piece from , writer of many extraordinary pieces. The last paragraph *floors* me.
"Call it a favor to Dina. Or call it what it really is: Polite society, in the end, will always take back those who are polite." This one on Ivanka Trump by is ridiculously good and illuminating on a sphinx-like figure and her world.
Ivanka Trump spent years rigorously cultivating her image. But she wasn’t prepared for scrutiny,  writes
President Donald Trump is very proud of all his children. But Ivanka, whom he calls “Baby” in meetings, is “unique.” profiles the first daughter
The definitive profile by the model of a tenacious reporter and brilliant writer, .
“She would've been great at the United Nations,” Trump told . But “they'd say nepotism. ... I even thought of for the World Bank ... She would've been great at that because she's very good with numbers.”
“You could tell by his eyes, the way they popped and gleamed and fixed on someone behind me. Only one person gets that kind of look from Donald Trump. ‘Oh!’ the president said. ‘Ivanka!’
The branding education of Ivanka Trump began in Aspen, Colorado, in 1989. reports
The kicker on this piece by the great ...
Pruitt repeatedly distorted the Paris deal, but helped prepare a "deeply technical" presentation persuading Trump? Believe it when I see it. Meanwhile, the world argued for US to stay in, but he heard disproportionately from the deniers
Set aside some time to read 's amazingly-sourced profile of Ivanka Trump. You won't regret it
Trump: “I even thought of Ivanka for the World Bank … She would’ve been great at that because she’s very good with numbers.”
“If she ever wanted to run for president, I think she’d be very, very hard to beat.” President Trump on his daughter, Ivanka, in an interview with ⁦
Another great profile by , this time about Ivanka Trump. Here's the turn of phrase that's sticking in my brain: "Ivanka maintained a pleasing blankness."
“I even thought of Ivanka for the World Bank … She would’ve been great at that because she’s very good with numbers.”