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Chelsea Clinton speaks at a roundtable discussion on early education (Darren McCollester/Getty Images)


Chelsea Clinton would question Ivanka Trump on rights for working women

July 27, 2016

Chelsea Clinton wants to know how Donald Trump would move rights for working women forward. During a Facebook Live event from Glamour magazine, Glamour Editor in Chief Cindi Leive asked Clinton how she’d respond to her friend Ivanka Trump after her impassioned introduction of her father at the Republican National Convention last week. Trump’s remarks included mention of her father’s intention to fight for equal pay and child care. Clinton’s answer was quick. She told Leive she’d simply ask, “how would your father do that?”

The younger Clinton pointed out that her mother Hillary, the Democratic presidential nominee, has presented many plans for what she would do and how she’d pay for it on this issue and many others, such as gun control.

Donald Trump hasn’t laid out any plans to date and “it’s not something that he has spoken about,” Clinton said. She also pointed out that there were no policies on the matter listed on his website.

The presidential candidates’ daughters were friendly in the past, but haven’t said much about each other since the campaign began.

Read the full story at CBS News.


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