Since joining her father's administration, Ivanka Trump has received both praise and criticism for her involvement, or apparent lack thereof, on important issues involving families and opportunities and rights for women.
The first daughter recently explained to the Washington Post how she views her role in the White House and how, in regards to advising President Trump, she goes about handling it.
The Post notes, "When she disagrees with her dad, she asks herself whether the issue was a campaign promise or not. If it was, she readily suppresses her own wishes."
If not, "she presents him with information. She tells him what she thinks, and then lays out what the other side's strongest arguments are. Then the president decides. As he always has."
Ivanka said that when presenting the counter points, "I am not sort of trying to selectively curate information that will lead him to agree with me. Debate is good."
One aspect of her father's presidency she's been largely silent about, at least publicly, is his frequent use of Twitter to make disparaging comments.
She recently told 'Fox & Friends' that she tries, "to stay out of politics," and prefers, "to focus on areas where I can add positive value, where I can contribute to the agenda. Policies around workforce development, around ensuring that barriers are removed from around the working family. Policies that enable that family to survive. Focusing on how we can help our veterans..."