Go ahead, act surprised.
Courtesy of Newsweek:
First daughter and senior White House adviser Ivanka Trump isn’t who she projects herself to be but rather a “fake,” according to the author of a new book on the Trump family.
Vanity Fair reporter Emily Jane Fox made the claim last week at an event celebrating her newly released book, Born Trump: Inside America’s First Family. Members of the New York elite apparently chatted at the event about the first daughter’s silence for days on President Donald Trump’s policy leading to the separation of immigrant families, as well as other actions contributing to her “fall.”
“It’s really easy for someone whose sole job in the White House is women and children to issue a statement,” Fox said during an interview last Tuesday at a New York private club with New York Times opinion columnist Maureen Dowd. “Even Melania did it.”
Fox added, “It just shows how fake Ivanka is. She’s crafted this whole image of herself that’s not actually her.”
Fox also claimed that “the real her is cooler, slightly more interesting, funnier. She curses like a sailor. She partied a lot when she was younger. She flashed a hot dog vendor when she was in eighth grade. She chain-smoked. Which is so opposite of the image she put out there.”
Fox added, “What you’re seeing now is the unmasking. She can’t control the narrative anymore because she’s so inauthentic. It has really come back to bite her.”
Wait, she flashed a hot dog vendor?
Well, she certainly sounds like her father’s daughter.
I actually don’t think that a single member of the Trump family is authentic, with the possible exception of Tiffany Trump, but that might just be because we don’t hear from her very often.
It’s just like the Palin family.
When your whole life is built on a stack of lies, there is nothing about you which is trustworthy.