Ivanka Trump could have been "a victim of child abuse" by Donald Trump! Michael Moore makes shock claim
Michael Moore claims that first daughter Ivanka Trump could have been a victim of child abuse at the hands of her father the US President Donald Trump.
According to filmmaker Michael Moore's new documentary 'Fahrenheit: 11/9' which takes a closer look at President Donald Trump's comments about his daughter Ivanka Trump, Moore suggests that Ivanka could have been a victim of child abuse at the hands of her father.
As reported by ET, Moore was questioned on whether he knew more than what the public did about Donald Trump's relationship with his daughter. There have been some questionable memes with Donald putting his hands on her hips among other strange images of the father-daughter duo. Moore was asked "Are you just seeing what we see? And it bothers you as well?" in the interview.
He responded by saying, "I’m seeing what you see, except I’m not making a joke out of it. I don’t think child abuse is a joke. And I don’t understand the meme and the comedians and the jokes about this. If anything, Ivanka may have been a victim here."
Moore was also asked about his bold claims and said, "I don’t know what to believe."
"If I were a teacher in a public school, and a 13-year-old student of mine, a girl, came to me and said, 'You know, I wanted to talk to somebody a little bit about this. My dad, every time he describes me, he says I’m voluptuous, and he tells people if I wasn’t his daughter he’d be dating me,'" Moore explained. "And when someone asked him what’s the thing he most had in common with Ivanka, and he said, ‘Sex’; if a 13-year-old student in the United States—and I’m pretty sure you have the same laws in Canada—came and told you that as a teacher," he continued.
"Or showed you a picture of her on his lap where she’s having to kiss him, as a minor, you are required by the law to turn that over to Child Protective Services, to law enforcement," Moore stressed. He added that teachers can get arrested for not reporting these types of incidents and went on to question why Trump "was given a pass" on being very "handsy" with his own daughter on TV as well as in magazines.
Moore also shared that Donald's hands were "always too low on the hips and always too high on the chest" of Ivanka Trump when she was younger. In the year 2013, while appearing on 'The Wendy Williams Show' Donald was asked what he and his daughter had in common, and he said "sex."
"Well, I was going to say 'sex,' but I can't relate that to her," Trump said jokingly at the time. There is no evidence that Donald Trump abused his daughter.
Moore shared that he is not expecting a response from the president on how his new film explores the Trump father-daughter relationship but said, "I hope he has a response because I think it’s one piece of what makes him a truly evil person."
Watch the full interview below: