Dana Bash and Abigail Crutchfield, CNN – October 14, 2016
Trip Gabriel, New York Times – October 13, 2016
When Donald J. Trump is in trouble with women voters, he has often called on his daughter Ivanka, an executive and entrepreneur as smooth as he is rough-hewed, as calming as he is potentially alarming.
Danielle Paquette, Washington Post – October 8, 2016
The 6-year-old girl turned to her mother and asked, “What does it mean to grab somebody by the p—y?” Rachael MacIsaac Parker thought she had misheard her daughter. “What?” she recalled responding. “What do you mean?”
Marley Dias, Elle – October 6, 2016
Hillary Clinton is someone who’s never waited around for someone else to do the hard work. She’s been an organizer and a change-maker for her whole life practically. But people don’t really talk a lot about what she did when she was a kid like me.
Megan Carpentier, The Guardian – October 3, 2016
Hillary Clinton made much of her relationship with her mother and daughter when she launched her campaign for the Democratic nomination in 2015. A year later, before she took the stage at the 2016 Democratic convention to accept that nomination, she was introduced by her daughter, along with a short, Shonda Rhimes-directed video that delved into her relationship with her mother.
Michelle Cottle, The Atlantic – September 28, 2016
Of all the ways Team Trump is reinventing presidential politics this cycle, among the most curious is the emergence of his daughter as the ultimate utility player. Part character witness, part strategist, part policy advisor, and part goodwill ambassador, Ivanka is expanding the role of aspiring First Daughter in a way that no previous aspiring First Child has attempted—and few others could likely get away with.
Colby Itkowitz, Washington Post – September 27, 2016
On the night the first woman ever secured enough delegates to win a major party’s nomination for president, Jennifer Rosen-Heinz watched her little girl jump around their living room in Madison, Wis., in celebration. Seven-year-old Lilly’s enthusiasm for Hillary Clinton’s success wasn’t motivated by ideology or party. Rather, the little girl saw on the television the promise of what she could someday be.
Sam Frizell, TIME – September 15, 2016
Before a crowd in Greensboro, N.C., she appeared in fine health, speaking energetically through much of her speech, and she used her illness to refresh a familiar campaign theme that had fallen by the wayside in recent weeks: her work on behalf of children.
Libby Nelson, Vox – August 11, 2016
Hidden in the middle of Donald Trump’s big speech on the economy was something rarely spotted in his unconventional campaign: an actual policy proposal. “My plan will also help reduce the cost of child care by allowing parents to fully deduct the average cost of child care spending from their taxes,” he said.
Matthew Dolan, Detroit Free Press – August 9, 2016
“He raised me to be a strong woman and voice my opinion,” Ivanka Trump told the Detroit Free Press in an interview. “I share with him when I agree and when I disagree.”