Trump: Ivanka Qualified As The First Female President

Speaking at the August 28 campaigning event, President Donald Trump hinted that people would support his daughter if America had its first female president.

Dyedo Tikio

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“I also want to see the first female president, but I don’t want to see the first female president reach that position the way she did,” President Donald Trump assaulted Sen. Kamala Harris, Vice President of the Democratic Party.

“She is incompetent. Everyone says, ‘We want Ivanka.’ I can’t blame you,” he said, referring to his daughter Ivanka Trump, the White House senior adviser.

Mr. Trump made his offensive speech at the campaigning event in Londonderry, just a day after the Republican National Congress (RNC) ended. Much of the program focused on his image as president for the sake of women and blacks.

The June voter survey showed the difference between men and women in presidential elections at a historical level. Recent surveys show that black voters strongly support former Vice President Joe Biden, the Democratic presidential candidate.

However, just attracting a small portion of black voters in battle states can make a difference for President Trump.

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Kamala Harris is the first woman of color and South Asian Americans to receive a major political party’s nomination for vice president.

She is a senator representing the state of California from 2017 to now. Before that, she was the Attorney General of California, served as a federal prosecutor in San Francisco County.

In New Hampshire, Mr. Trump also hinted that he deliberately reduced the tone in his speech to accept the presidential nomination on the night of August 27, not to cause controversy about racism.

“That’s another speech. Tonight, I am in New Hampshire, and we can be comfortable. If I speak here like last night, you will be leaving now. And if I give a speech like this. Tonight at that event, I must have been criticized for being a bit racist, “he said.

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