Back in June, CNN did an in-depth article detailing Ivanka Trump's role in her father's administration, specifically regarding her Jewish faith. The article declared her "America's most powerful Jewish woman."
Ms. Trump, who converted to Judaism when she married Jared Kushner in 2009, seemed like an odd choice for the unofficial title.
So, if Ivankaleh is America's "most powerful" Jewish woman, what's Ruth Bader Ginsburg? Chopped liver?— Alexandra Halaby (@iskandrah) June 3, 2017
There's a vast difference between power and visibility. Ivanka has the latter, not the former.— Debbie Illinois (@DebbieIllinois) June 3, 2017
As someone who spent the past week wilting white supremacist trolls on Twitter (starting w/calling them "girlfriend"), then unpacked, I am..— Nancy Goldstein (@nancygoldstein) September 7, 2017
You've also done more actual work with that task too than Ivanka. Have you considered starting your own lifestyle brand ? 😂— Loudnsmom11 (@Loudmom11) September 8, 2017
can you come teach some of your special power to my teenagers?— saraceee (@sara535) September 7, 2017
because, you know, cereal bowl in the DW is some serious magic around here.
Every Jewish woman on earth is a more powerful Jewish Woman than IT.— Jo Qatana 🐽 (@joqatana) September 8, 2017