Eric Trump just made the most delusional boast about Ivanka’s accomplishments


President Trump’s neanderthal children are walking avatars of shameless nepotism. They’ve failed upwards in this world, clinging to the slimy coattails of their father’s corrupt and criminal ascension to the presidency. These people shouldn’t be trusted to tie their own shoes without adult supervision, let alone shape public policy and represent the United States on the world stage. Despite their obvious inadequacies they, like their father, have incredibly inflated egos.

Today, Eric Trump showed once again just how deeply delusional his family is. Hair slicked back like the cartoonish villain he is, he appeared on his father’s favorite inane TV show Fox & Friends and made the outrageous claim that his sister Ivanka has “done more for women than probably anyone in Washington D.C.”

The genuinely absurd insistence came after a rambling bit of complaining about a D.C. art exhibit that features an Ivanka Trump lookalike vacuuming. Guests are encouraged to throw bread crumbs at her.


Regardless of one’s feelings towards the exhibit, no serious argument can be made that Ivanka Trump has done anything substantive to help women. Somehow the administration is still trying to pretend that she’s some moderating, feminist presence in the White House when in reality she’s just another reactionary grifter milking the government.

She has never come forward to denounce her father’s repeated misogynist comments and completely failed to condemn the infamous Access Hollywood tape in which he bragged about sexual assault. Not only has she not done “more for women than probably anybody in Washington D.C.” she has actively damaged their interests by ignoring the damage her father has inflicted. History will judge her and her vile kin accordingly.


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Natalie Dickinson

Natalie is a staff writer for the Washington Press. She graduated from Oberlin College in 2010 and has been freelance blogging and writing for progressive outlets ever since.