Ivanka Trump abruptly ends Cosmo interview due to 'negativity'

  • Ivanka Trump abruptly ends Cosmo interview due to 'negativity'

Ivanka Trump abruptly ends Cosmo interview due to 'negativity'

The U.S.is one of the few industrialized nations that does not mandate the provision of paid leave for new mothers. It's a cause long championed by Democrats.

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LISA DESJARDINS: The two who would be president of all are focused on the very youngest Americans, our children.

Ivanka Trump, a businesswoman and 34-year-old mother of three, joined her father in the battleground state of Pennsylvania on Tuesday night to unveil his proposals, which include tax deductions for child and elderly care expenses, regulatory reforms and incentives for employers to offer workplace child care. The Trump plan would exempt dependent-care savings accounts from taxes, encouraging families to plan for the future regarding child and elder care. She confirmed those comments in an appearance the next day on ABC's "Good Morning America", and said in the Cosmopolitan interview that the company's policies reflected her father's commitment to employing and supporting women. The family friendly turn is family-generated. Trump also has his eye on a good showing in the industrial Midwest, though polls have him down in MI, which last went Republican in 1988.

Donald Trump's eldest daughter, Ivanka Trump, normally known for her level-headedness, became so irritated during an interview with Cosmopolitan that she abruptly ended it by walking out of the room.

LISA DESJARDINS: Ron Haskins is director of the Center on Children and Families at the Brookings Institution. This is a stance that Republicans typically do not take because mandated maternity leave is seen as a job killer. But it is at least somewhat surprising.

Gupta assured Trump that she was not making the comments up.

LISA DESJARDINS: Now to Hillary Clinton, who has stressed childhood issues for decades.

Trump and Hillary Clinton, 68, the Democrat facing him in the November 8 presidential election, have both promised to release more medical information. Trump's website now lays out eight policy positions, including spelling out his "economic vision", his plans for child care and immigration reform and his plan to "pay for the wall". And Clinton hasn't spelled out how she could pay for it beyond, again, raising taxes on the wealthy. You're still figuring out your baby's sleep and feeding schedules (assuming they have one by that point, in which case you're pretty lucky), you are likely extremely sleep-deprived, and if you're the one who gave birth, your body is still recovering. "In business, other such expenditures are tax-deductible", she said, regarding the proposed rebates.