With book, Ivanka Trump must walk complicated ethical line

Ivanka Trump makes balancing a career and motherhood look easy and now, she's sharing her advice with fans.

Ivanka Marie Trump is an American businesswoman and former fashion model.

The New Yorker penned a scathing review of the book titled "Ivanka Trump's Terrible Book Helps Explain The Trump-Family Ethos", while Twitter has taken the First Daughter to task for poising her book as a feminist handbook while she works directly for her father. "We're planning adventures with our kids and weekend getaways with our friends".

Richard Painter, who served in an ethics role for President George W. Bush, said Trump has the right to write books, noting that the issue is if she is "going to profit over using an official position to increase book sales". In the book, which hit shelves Tuesday, she advocates setting goals, creating boundaries and staying disciplined in order to experience some sort of stability and to live a full, well-rounded life.

Ms. Kraxberger said that she and others pushed Ms. Trump to start offering a paid maternity leave policy.

The entrant financial disclosure document was due at the end of April, but the White House can grant as much as a 45-day extension. She is, after all, an unpaid federal employee in the president's administration and one of the biggest thorns in chief strategist Steve Bannon's side. She and their 11-year-old son Barron continue to live at Trump Tower in NY, though they reportedly plan to move into the White House this summer after Barron's school year ends.

When asked if she heard the reaction from the audience, Ivanka answered 'I've certainly heard the criticism from the media, that's been perpetuated'. If you're Ivanka, that means not looking that closely into the real-world ickiness of the career prospects for, say, an undocumented mother with no criminal record that her father deported to Mexico. And he said both the people he contacted "seemed open to the possibility of recognizing" her as an official employee.

"In light of government ethics rules, I want to be clear that this book is a personal project", Trump said in a statement to People.

'I'm a working mom who can't always get a massage'.

WASHINGTON (AP) — Ivanka Trump's first foray into self-help writing came in 2009 with "The Trump Card", a breezy compilation of workplace advice, stories about her dealmaker dad and a hefty dose of celebrity namedropping. "But I don't think that it will make me a more effective advocate to constantly articulate every issue publicly where I disagree", she said.