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Ivanka Trump Scolds NBC for Asking a Highly Inappropriate Question

There is no line the media will not cross when it comes to President Donald Trump. From comparing him to North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un to insinuating that he should be assassinated, leftists in the media have shown time and time again just how low they are willing to go.

Not to be outdone, NBC reporter Peter Alexander took his own shot at eroding away common decency in a recent interview with Ivanka Trump. After playing a voiceover of Trump’s unfounded sexual misconduct allegations, Alexander asked Ivanka, “do you believe your father’s accusers?”

Thankfully, Ivanka Trump wasn’t having it, and her response to Alexander’s highly inappropriate question was spot-on.

Peter Alexander conducted himself like a schoolyard bully, and Ivanka scolded him like one in response. One has to wonder, though, whether Alexander or any other reporter would have asked Chelsea Clinton if she believed her father’s accusers. Or whether they would have asked one of Obama’s daughters if they believed that their father was born in Kenya. Questions such as this would have almost certainly never been asked of any other President’s child. With Trump, though, all bets are off.

We can be thankful, at least, that Ivanka is cunning and eloquent enough to handle low-blow questions such as this with dignity and poise. To see her response to Alexander’s question, be sure to check out the video below.

~ Liberty Video News


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