I feel your presence in the White House as an “advisor” is a blatant insult to the nepotism laws. I also find it to be extremely unprofessional of a President to need his young daughter pandering to him and acting in any official capacity especially as a self described unpaid staffer. This relegates you to the position of a volunteer.
Your family is wealthy this is true. However wealth and success are two different things. Your father has money not because he is a good businessman – as multiple bankruptcies attest to – but because his father before him was a good businessman & gave him money. In turn he gave you money. The connection again being, you’re having money also does not equal you being good at business or appropriate for an advisory role to the President of the United States, even if he is your “daddy.” This amounts to nothing more than a little girl playing “house.”
I do not feel anyone in your family including your father belongs in the White House. Along with my previously stated opinions I would like to add that your background as wealthy business people makes you not more more qualified to lead the country but less. You & your brothers (and father & siblings of his) grew up in a bubble. You have no idea what the needs are for working class and middle income people. You likely don’t even know how to attain these things, because you’ve never had to.
In reading your books I found them very peppy, chirpy and removed from reality. I was reminded of people who suggest saving money by “not going to Starbucks.” Ignorantly failing to realize only people with money can save money by “not going to Starbucks” whereas poor people don’t have that money to begin with. While it may be unfair to compare you to these kinds of people can you truly tell me you know anything of middle class problems & solutions? What qualifies you?
From what I can tell, as a college educated 41 year old self employed woman myself, you and your father create policy based on stereotypes,assumption and treating people as you have experienced them (servants & production workers). While I think the recent promotion of manufacturing and apprenticeships isn’t terrible, it seems to be in deliberate conflict with the Democrats call for free college for all. I find it curious coming from you & your brothers promoting manufacturing and trade schools. Tell me, what trade school did you go to? What manufacturing jobs have you held? Your end goal isn’t to see more people successful but to help your already wealthy friends stay that way.
The Trump family has no idea what working parents struggles are because they don’t seem to know any except in positions of servitude and its highly unlike you’ve taken time to speak to any of the people who cook your food or clean your toilets. The Trump family has no idea what struggles people go through to put food on the table — or why the “working poor” would need food stamps to do so – because you have no experience in this realm at all. The Trump family has never had to choose between missing work or caring for a child. Parroting the joys of manufacturing does little for helping people than give them dead end jobs which don’t allow them to afford these things. The Trump family has never had to sort through the exchange for health insurance weighing the merits of cheap insurance versus comprehensive insurance…because you never had to. YOU truly are out of touch with any real world problems or people and that alone disqualifies all of you from the jobs you currently hold.
Finally, from mother to mother, I have to ask/add if you are such an advocate for mothers and women why you have not stated any opinions of your father exiting the Paris Accord, allowing oil, coal and pollutant creating companies to run amok while not looking at the very big picture of climate change. I understand it is scary and inconvenient for those that profit from causing it but the reality is, global warming does not discriminate. You cannot breathe money. I would use your role as “advisor” to do quite a bit more in this area.
I would then encourage you to take a much needed step down from your role of advisor or in any position in the White House. As a taxpaying citizen of this country, I have not approved it and do not feel you to be qualified. Your father should follow suit in his role for the same reasons.