Trump introduces Ivanka at rally as 'really smart'; says: 'I'll never call a woman beautiful again'
Ivanka, who rarely makes public campaign appearances, mad an exception on Monday as the President's schedule called for three-state engagements on the eve of election day
President Donald Trump on Monday introduced his daughter Ivanka Trump, during one of his rallies in Ohio, as "really smart", while cautioning that in this age of political correctness, he will no longer be able to praise any woman's beauty.
The President, while introducing his daughter and senior White House aide, also recalled that Ivanka's classmates at the Wharton School of Finance once complained about how she found her studies at the prestigious school comparatively easy, according to reports.
While introducing Ivanka Trump, Pres. Trump calls her "really smart" and says that "you're not allowed to use the word 'beautiful' anymore when you talk about women" because "it's politically incorrect."— ABC News (@ABC) November 5, 2018
"I'll never call a woman beautiful again," he adds https://t.co/20NWyrahhT pic.twitter.com/i95iSzQRbQ
"The truth is she's a very, very – you're not allowed to use the word 'beautiful' anymore when you talk about women. You're not allowed," Trump said at the rally, referring to his daughter. "No, no. It's politically incorrect. Oh, no. It is politically — I will never call a woman 'beautiful' again."
The president then proceeded to ask every man present at the rally to raise his hand and make the same pledge. "You will never ever say your wife, your girlfriend, anybody is beautiful, right? I'm not allowed to say it. Because it's my daughter Ivanka, but she's really smart. And she's here!" Trump said.
After her father finished introducing her to the audience, she went on to remark: "That was some introduction!" and briefly talked about economic security and jobs in the country. Ivanka, during her speech, also claimed that her father had ushered in a "golden era" of economic security, the Daily Mail reported.
"My father promised that he would fight to give you all a voice. He promised that he would fight for the forgotten men and women of America," she said. "The fight is paying off."
After Ivanka was done with her remarks, the president beamed and said: "Alright, I never said she was beautiful. But she was smart."
Ivanka, who is rarely seen making public campaign appearances, mad an exception on Monday as the President's schedule called for three-state engagements within eight hours on the eve of the midterm Congressional elections. The polls are scheduled for November 6.
Even the First Lady Melania Trump had made rare politically-charged remarks, over the weekend, against the primary opposition Democratic Party and "fake news", slamming both for discrediting Donald Trump.