Ivanka Trump jeered in Berlin after defending her father

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During her trip, the first daughter will visit the German capital's memorial to the six million Jews murdered by the Nazis. "As a daughter, I can speak on a very personal level". "I need to address one more point: some attitudes towards women your father has publicly displayed in former times might leave one questioning whether he's such an empowerer for women".

Asked whether she represented the president, the American people or her business, she replied, "Well certainly not the latter, and I am rather unfamiliar with this role as it is quite new to me too, it has been a little under 100 days".

Ivanka Trump was put on the spot over her father's statements while participating in a panel discussion at the W20 Women's entrepreneurship summit in Berlin, Tuesday. But Trump had come to the summit with more to prove.

Ivanka Trump first became close with Merkel during that initial March White House visit. But Merkel herself was apparently unbothered.

Ivanka Trump spoke to NBC's Hallie Jackson. He handed the story off to reporter Mark Phillips, who's not her father's biggest fan. This comes shortly after her brand was scrutinized for commercial dealings with China in the midst of public discussions about President Trump's policies regarding the United States' relationship with China.

Ivanka was well-liked before Donald Trump was elected.

"I'm used to it, it's fine", she said. She has been a vocal supporter of various family-friendly policies, but it's been unclear what that support would look like in practice.

Another paper, Tagesspiegel, was more sniffy about her credentials, opining that Trump's dependence on family members - also including her husband Jared Kushner, a chief presidential adviser - was like a "vote of no confidence" in everyone else he was surrounded by.

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The panel covered a wide array of issues.

You can only defend him for so long, bb!

On her first worldwide trip as an official representative of the U.S., the first daughter was put on the spot about her father's attitude towards women, Politico reported.

In response, Ivanka cited the number of women whom her father has employed in senior positions at his companies and his support of her own business career.

Ivanka Trump's role within her father's administration seems to continue expanding.

She was asked whether he could be considered a champion of women given his history of making sexist and misogynistic comments. She was accompanied by US Embassy personnel and a strong police guard to keep curious tourists and others at a distance.

"Politics is politics, as I'm learning", she added.

For her part, Ivanka says she's not a "loyal accomplice" to the President.