Ivanka Trump Tells Us Her Dad Doesn't Hate Women -- but We're Not Buying It

Just before The Donald took the podium to accept the nomination, viewers were treated to the second most anticipated speaker of the Republican National Convention, Ivanka Trump. She read the prompter, looked flawless, and described her dad (once again) as a proud feminist. Girl, no ... just no.


Ivanka has been one of the few Trump surrogates who doesn't come across like a total lunatic monster. But if Trump thinks women are buying what she's selling just because we both wear bras, it just shows how stupid he really thinks chicks are.

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Donald Trump is a vile sexist who treats American women like garbage, trades in wives (including Ivanka's own mother) for mistresses, and, despite handing out a few gigs to women, has done nothing but treat women like objects throughout his tacky, bedazzled life. For Ivanka to ignore every shred of evidence of her father's sexism and stand up in front of the country and try to sell the idea that Trump is going to help American women is just insulting.

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While introducing her father, Ivanka, in a speech that sounded like a DNC platform agenda, stated:

As the mother of three young children, I know how hard it is to work while raising a family, and I also know that I am more fortunate than most. American families need relief. Policies that allow women with children to thrive should not be novelties; they should be the norm. Politicians talk about wage equality, but my father has made it a practice at his company throughout his entire career. He will fight for equal pay for equal work, and I will fight for this too, right alongside of him.

Now, we don't know what he pays his workers in the private sector, but based on reports that he doesn't even pay his women staffers the same as men, this is a total lie. If you want to know what the Trump campaign really thinks about women, you'd probably get better information talking to Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort, who on the same night gave this very telling quote about how the campaign views women as a voting bloc to MSNBC's Chris Matthews:

It depends which women you are talking about. Many women feel they can’t afford their lives, their husbands can’t afford to be paying for the family bills. Hillary Clinton is guilty of being part of the establishment that created that problem. They will hear the message. As they hear the message, that’s how we will appeal to them.

There it is ... Trump will help ladies' husbands take care of them better, because that's what women really want, right? And this wasn't a slip, as Matthews gave Manafort a chance to clarify.

"You heard what you just said, didn't you? You said women are concerned about their husbands' income?" Matthews said with his head about to explode.

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"I can speak personally to that," Manafort doubled down.

Uh-oh, Paul, your panties are showing. T