Ivanka Trump was seen as the most capable member of the Trump family.
She’s considered the most charismatic and admired among Trump’s sons and daughters.
However, she never spoke out when her father kidnapped kids at the border, separating asylum seekers from their children.
Ivanka was silent when her parent attacked women during his presidency. She didn’t say anything when her dad wanted to spread the election fraud lie across America (until she testified under oath).
Ivanka was silent when Donald Trump incited an insurrection. And now, Ivanka Trump has no words after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade.
The public opinion first believed Ivanka was a women’s champion. Nevertheless, for four years, she never confronted Trump about human and women’s rights issues.
Ivanka’s alleged abortion:
Women in America reacted after the Supreme Court overruled Roe v. Wade.
Abortion is not a “divisive issue,” the vast majority of people agree about women’s right to choose.
However, Lauren Santo Domingo, a former high school friend of Ivanka Trump, tweeted about her alleged abortion.
The now-deleted tweet suggested Lauren Santo Domingo supported and took Ivanka Trump to get an abortion.
“Ivanka Trump you are noticeably quiet today. The high school friends who took you to get an abortion are not.”
In October 2020, Ivanka Trump told the world she identifies as “pro-life.”
According to Lauren Santo Domingo, Ivanka didn’t think that way when both were in high school.
“I respect all sides of a very personal and sensitive discussion… but I am also a mother of three children, and parenthood affected me in a profound way in terms of how I think about these things,” Ivanka said at the time.
“I am pro-life, and unapologetically so.”
Since Ivanka Trump married Jared Kushner, the oldest of the Trump daughters professes Judaism as her religion.
The Jewish scriptures say there are abortion exceptions for rape, incest, or if the mother’s life is threatened.
Sharia (Muslim law) also permits abortion for up to 120 days, for rape or incest, if the fetus has a malformation or is not viable, or if the mother’s life is threatened.