As Ivanka Trump has found out, she and her business can be attacked for being a surrogate for her father.
That’s bad enough, for people to go after a President’s family member.
But at least Ivanka had opted to take something of an active role in helping her father, although she now has no official status.
Tiffany Trump, on the other hand, has not taken any such role and has, in general, been the quiet one, not seeking any limelight.
That didn’t stop people from trying to bully her at a fashion event.
“Elle Magazine senior fashion editor tweeted that she and other editors changed their seats so they weren’t near the first daughter, Tiffany Trump,” co-host Whoopi Goldberg said. “There were also photos posted of Tiffany with empty seats next to her.”
Goldberg decried the behavior and said she would sit with Tiffany.
Goldberg said that she would find Trump at the next show and sit next to her, and then laid into Elle Magazine for bullying her.
“She doesn’t want to talk about her dad,” Goldberg said. “She’s looking at the fashion and for Elle Magazine, a magazine that says it’s a woman’s magazine, to do this–but still, the bad apples have represented themselves as Elle.”
Sara Haines, another host, called it, “mean girl” behavior, that people were “bullying” her just because of her last name.
“It’s almost like we live in a time where people are saying, ‘because it’s a Trump, it’s ok to bully her,’ because like bragging about this online and saying, ‘look, she has no one to sit by her,'” Haines said. “That’s being a mean girl just for sport.”
“I just don’t understand why they would do that,” co-host Sunny Hostin said.
“It was mean,” Goldberg agreed, reiterating that she would sit next to Tiffany Trump if she saw her at a show.
Glad that the hosts of ‘The View’ finally get one right and correctly call it what it is.
Pretty hypocritical of Elle Magazine and the others who pitch the ‘war on women’ constantly…