Ivanka Trump Sidesteps When Asked About Her Dad Siding With ‘The Accused Over the Accusers’


NBC News has released more of Ivanka Trump‘s interview with Peter Alexander, and it wasn’t just her father’s accusers that he touched upon.

Alexander brought up the charge that President Trump “routinely chooses to empathize with the accused over the accusers––Rob Porter, Roy Moore, and other circumstances.”

Ivanka said, “I don’t think that’s true.”

She immediately sidestepped from the issue of her father and spoke more broadly about the #MeToo movement, saying, “Many people are being exposed for doing some really awful things and I’m proud of the women who are standing up in the face of accusers with credible evidence and credible stories, and we’ve seen a lot of those.”

You will recall that when asked about the women who spoke up with accusations against her father, she told Alexander it was an “inappropriate” question.

Watch above, via NBC News.

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