The first time I met with President Donald Trump’s eldest daughter Ivanka Trump, I felt like she was going to ask me to resign.
I didn’t know what to expect, because Ivanka’s father had never been a politician, but it seemed like a pretty obvious move.
She wasn’t going to try to use her position to gain power.
Ivanka and her father had grown up in New York, but they didn’t attend school together until they were about 10 years old.
She was a first-generation American, but Trump’s own family had grown in New Jersey and were born and raised in Queens.
The White House is known for its tight-knit community, which means Ivanka’s mother was always the head of her household.
I had never met her father before, but I assumed he was just another normal dad who was just doing his job, like everyone else in the White Houses.
But then, I met Ivanka, who was sitting in the Oval Office.
In an Oval Office meeting that lasted roughly 45 minutes, Ivanka Trump gave a speech about how she and her mother had been the subjects of intense media attention.
She told me that she was in the middle of writing her first book, which was about her mother, but she felt overwhelmed by the news.
“I felt like I couldn’t do anything,” Ivanka Trump said.
As she recounted her mother’s struggles, she was struck by how the public scrutiny had affected her.
For years, Ivanka had said that she felt “like she was being judged.”
“And when I read the stories, I realized I was,” she said.
“The fact that my mom is a victim, I couldn.
It was just like a slap in the face.”
After I told Ivanka what had happened, she said, “I just had to talk about it.”
Ivank said that, as a teenager, she and a friend were at a party where her mother was supposed to meet a friend.
When the group got there, she told me, the group was so intoxicated that Ivanka had to walk outside, in the dark, to make sure no one was following her.
Ivanka was upset, she remembered, but didn’t feel the need to tell her mother.
By then, her mother would be in the hospital recovering from complications from colon cancer.
My impression was that she didn’t want to have to share this story, so I didn’t say anything.
Ivanka Trump had become so consumed with what she felt was her mother being unfairly judged that she would not tell anyone.
Her mother was treated unfairly by the media, and Ivanka said she wanted to be a role model for other women.
So I thought that was the best thing that could happen.
But it was just the way it was.
On March 10, 2017, I spoke with Ivanka, and she told us about the story.
At the time, I was a columnist for The Washington Post.
I interviewed her about the matter.
Ivanka said that after she went public with her mother and her other family members’ abuse of power, she had an epiphany.
I told her that I had learned to be patient, and that the White White House was a place where we didn’t have to act quickly.
Ivanka, she continued, had to know that she could be patient with other people.
After that conversation, Ivanka told me she wanted a job at the White Trump Organization.
She had a good chance of getting that job, I thought, since her father was an influential figure in the organization.
That evening, I had dinner with Ivanka and her family.
We had a delicious dinner.
We were laughing about the news of her mother getting cancer and how we’d all been doing well.
But then we had to eat.
And I was crying.
Ivanka told us that her mother wasn’t angry.
She said she was upset that the media had exposed her, that she had had to make sacrifices.
She told us, she didn, want to be an example.
It was a difficult time.
I couldn, as my family had been able to do, but we didn.
I said to her, “You’re a good girl.
You’ve always done the right thing.”
At her request, I wrote a piece for The Post about Ivanka Trump.
She wrote a very sympathetic article about her father.
It seemed that she recognized what was going on and that she wanted us to know it.
She also wrote that she respected our privacy.
Then, I got a call from Ivanka’s brother-in-law, Mark Greenfield, who said he had a story to share.
Mark Greenfield was a former New York City police officer and former prosecutor who served in the Trump administration.
He had worked as an independent counsel investigating allegations that Trump had colluded with Russian operatives to undermine the presidential election.
He told me he was furious with me because he believed