Ivanka Trump has made her debut at the United Nations General Assembly this week in New York, where she didn’t cease to impress with her incredible class and grace with world leaders. While she was all smiles and the picture of perfection, there was heartbreaking health news she was hiding which she’s now revealed in a personal one-on-one interview.
The First Daughter and mother-of-three has been America’s darling since her dad took the White House just eight months ago. She’s impressed with her own political strides she’s made in her new White House role and many conservatives hope she’s here to stay in Washington, D.C. for years to come.
Ivanka’s brother and his wife just gave birth to their first child, a boy they named Eric ‘Luke’ Trump. She met her new nephew for the first time this week upon returning to New York City for the UN assembly. She described this meeting as the best part of her trip and the pictures of her meeting baby Luke were beautiful, as she’s seen beaming with love and joy while holding the infant.
Biz Pac Review reports:
Because she’s always so poised and polished, it may be hard to believe that Ivanka struggled with postpartum depression after the births of her three children: Arabella (born in 2011), Joseph (2013), and Theodore (born in 2016).
“With each of my three children I had some level of postpartum,” she confessed. “It was a very challenging, emotional time for me because I felt like I was not living up to my potential as a parent or as an entrepreneur and as an executive. And I had had such easy pregnancies that in some way the juxtaposition hit me even harder.”
Ivanka discussed her postpartum depression because it afflicts many new moms (and even new dads).
“It’s incredibly important,” she said. “I consider myself a very hard-charging person. I am ambitious, I’m passionate, I’m driven, but this is something that affects parents all over the country.”
Her honesty with this issue will likely help many parents who are experiencing or have experienced the same common problem. It proves that postpartum can hit anyone and is a struggle no matter who or how successful you are. It doesn’t define a person or make you less than other people. Ivanka is living proof of this as she’s known for a multitude of impressive qualities and accomplishments.
She’s now more relatable after confessing that she struggled just like countless other parents have and do. However, it’s only a matter of time before liberals attack her over this, with cheap shots and accusations of being weak, or somehow unfit for politics.
“While Ivanka has been accused of being a fake feminist because she’s not a shrill hag like her leftist critics, she said a top priority is helping female entrepreneurs and working moms,” Biz Pac continued.
“I’m deeply passionate about fueling the growth of women entrepreneurs, I’m deeply passionate about supporting America working families,” Ivanka said in the interview. “So I feel privileged that [President Trump] has given me the platform to push areas and push issues that are aligned with his agenda.”
“Dr. Oz reflected on his interview with Ivanka Trump to Fox News, where he said he was very impressed by the level-headed blonde beauty.”
President Trump is arguably the most approachable president in history and now, Ivanka is the most relatable First Daughter we’ve ever had. She effortlessly balances motherhood, politics, and business, while proving that she faces the same challenges as other women too.
Some may see it as a show of weakness to be honest about having dealt with postpartum depression. But it’s actually empowering to be able to talk about it and share a message to other moms that it’s just temporary. This makes Ivanka more “real” and more qualified the push for policies that positively affect parents, like longer maternity leave time. What all of the Trumps understand, is that family comes first, asn that’s a value that has been missing from the White House for eight years.