Ivanka tries to have it both ways: Trump's daughter and #MeToo supporter

Ivanka tries to have it both ways: Trump's daughter and #MeToo supporter

Ivanka tries to have it both ways: Trump's daughter and #MeToo supporter

On Monday night, almost a full 24 hours after Oprah Winfrey's passionately delivered Golden Globes speech, Ivanka Trump decided it was time to weigh in. However, the rest of the internet isn't so sure she's completely on board with the notion of ousting men accused of such serial behavior-her father, included.

Time's Up is a newly created volunteer organization in Hollywood that features members of the entertainment industry working to fight back against gender inequality and sexual misconduct.

During Sunday night's Golden Globe Awards, female actors and activists wore black, and male actors wore pins, signaling solidarity with survivors of sexual harassment and abuse. At the Globes, Oprah received a standing ovation for her inspirational speech, in which she made an important statement to empower women.

"She did not say "Time's Up" when over 20 women came forward with their accusations that her father had sexually harassed or sexually assaulted them", O'Donnell said. "#United." Social media, including celebrities, quickly took to her mentions, reminding her that her father, Donald Trump is accused of harassment by sixteen women. "You can make a lofty donation to the Time's Up Legal Defense Fund that is available to support your father's accusers", before sharing a link to the Time's Up website.

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Her tweet drew criticism from users, who accused her of being a part of the problem and keeping quiet about sexual harassment allegations aimed at her father. Many seemed to be stunned that Ivanka tweeted such a response.

Ivanka Trump, special adviser to the US President Donald Trump, was impressed by Oprah Winfrey's speech at the Golden Globes.

Model Chrissy Teigen got straight to the point by simply replying, "ew go away" and actress Jennifer Esposito wrote, "Can you pls start with your Dad".

Young women and girls are the silent victims of gang violence. Telling others to eradicate sexual harassment is nothing more than a pandering gesture if Ivanka does not take the steps to do so herself.

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