First daughter Ivanka Trump was notably absent on Thursday from her father's announcement that the United States is withdrawing from the Paris climate agreement.
President Trump followed through on one of his campaign promises when he removed the U.S. from the accord, joining Nicaragua and Syria as the only countries not backing the deal.
Ivanka Trump, however, has been a staunch supporter of the Paris Agreement, which aims to curb emissions and stem the progress of global climate change. Over 190 nations around the world have signed the agreement.
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The 35-year-old, who serves as an unpaid formal assistant to her father, has pressured her father to remain apart of the Paris accord. Ivanka, as well as Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Defense Secretary James Mattis, have been vocal in their support of the deal and have reportedly done their best to sway the president into staying.
On Thursday, a former Obama insider said the president's decision to pull out would be a sign that "Ivanka has no power, that she doesn't have the president's ear."
"There is no way for her not to have some impact on her reputation and that narrative around her ability to really sway her father," Christy Goldfuss, who worked in President Obama's administration, told The Hill.