Ivanka Trump encouraged to run for president after landmark Child Tax Credit announcement: 'Please be our first woman president'

According to Ivanka's tweet, “39.4 MILLION American families will benefit from the Child Tax Credit for tax year 2019 receiving an average of over $2,200 and a total of $88.1 Billion!”


                            Ivanka Trump encouraged to run for president after landmark Child Tax Credit announcement: 'Please be our first woman president'
Ivanka Trump (Source : Getty Images)

Ever since becoming a Senior Advisor to President Donald Trump in 2017, Ivanka Trump is working hard to strengthen her father's base despite constantly being the subject of attack in mainstream media. 

However, the first daughter just scored a new PR victory after tweeting about the Trump administration's Child Tax Credit, International Business Times reports. “39.4 MILLION American families will benefit from the Child Tax Credit for tax year 2019 receiving an average of over $2,200 and a total of $88.1 Billion!” she wrote on Sunday. “We are fighting each and every day for hard-working American families... and delivering! #ChildTaxCredit #TaxCuts."

White House advisor Ivanka Trump speaks before the signing of the White Houses Pledge To Americas Workers at El Centro community college on October 3, 2019, in Dallas, Texas. (Photo by Ron Jenkins/Getty Images)

“I’m a hardworking husband and father of 6 and credit what I have today to what the Trump family has accomplished for me while in office,” one Twitter user commented.

“Really, it's amazing work in US history. This is a big gift to the American working class, before Christmas. Its impact should be positive on the US economy and also on every class of society. Fast circulation of movable capital is also another measure of growth rate," another added.

What's more? Several users encouraged Ivanka to run for president someday.

“Please be our first woman president! You would be Amazing!” a third wrote. “You're going to be PRESIDENT one day!” another stated. 

Unsurprisingly, Trump critics did not miss the opportunity to pounce on her over the announcement.

“Taking credit for the CTC that’s been on the books for decades; 1998. Oh yes, you don’t need it so knowledge of it is new to you and your daddy,” one critic wrote. “Go dye your hair or teach your kids how to work a kickback with a contractor like Daddy taught you when you were 5,” another added.

President Donald Trump shakes the hand of his daughter and adviser, Ivanka Trump during a meeting with the American Workforce Policy Advisory Board inside the State Dining Room of the White House on March 6, 2019, in Washington, DC. (Getty Images)

Last week, the former fashion designer made a two-day visit to Indiana Women’s Prison with American rapper MC Hammer. There, she learned more about the Last Mile program, which offers technology and business training for inmates in prisons across the U.S.

The "Pumps and a Bump" hitmaker took to Instagram to share a photo of himself alongside the first daughter.

“Enjoyed my conversations on prison reform and re-entry with Ivanka Trump today. Tomorrow we go inside the Women’s Prison to visit the TLM coding classroom at IWP. The stars are the students who will showcase their capstone projects. Thanks to Governor Holcomb for hosting,” he wrote in the caption.

If you have a news scoop or an interesting story for us, please reach out at (323) 421-7514