Ivanka Trump might champion climate change during her father's time in the Oval Office.
A source told Politico the president-elect's daughter plans to use her spotlight to speak out about global warming.
She hasn't officially spoken on the subject. But if she does end up advocating a more liberal climate agenda, it would go against what her father has preached.
If you've followed the president-elect at all, you know Donald Trump has called climate change a hoax on a number of occasions.
On his website, there's no climate change policy. The page does list energy policies that include revamping the coal industry and using oil and shale — all of which contradict global warming efforts.
He's also repeatedly said that he plans to nix the Paris Climate Agreement, which aims to cap temperatures from rising more than 2 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial temperatures.
And his incoming chief of staff Reince Priebus said Trump's stance hasn't changed.
"He has his default position, which is that most of it is a bunch of bunk," Preibus said on "Fox News Sunday."
We don't know exactly where Ivanka Trump stands on climate change or if this is an issue she cares about.
A source told Politico these are the issues Ivanka has "always talked about," and she's "creating a bridge to the other side."