Despite swarms of protesters trying to disrupt her week, Ivanka Trump always manages to keep her cool amid the boiling tensions mostly directed at her father.
The daughter to the president-elect will soon be moving to Washington D.C. as inauguration day approaches. But that hasn’t stopped activists — some of whom are growing more desperate — from trying to make sure they get their point across.
On Monday, demonstrators gathered around Trump’s New York home with a variety of signs hoping to sway her on hot-button political issues.
One sign read, “Dear Ivanka, please don’t forget to pack human decency.”
Two other women wrote, “Ivanka! Should I survive and believe in nothing too?” and “Do not drop our rights.”
The Halt Action Group is one of the main players behind the protests. They put out a call for demonstrators to bring cardboard boxes — sarcastically meant to be used by Trump and her family as they prepare to move — bearing phrases such as “abortion rights,” “freedom of speech” and “nuclear regulation.”
“The boxes represent freedoms that people are fearful of losing,” the group said in a press release.
All the noise was no of no concern to Trump, as she spent Monday evening enjoying a date with her husband. She tweeted a photo of herself in Trump Tower, captioning it: “Bright lights, big city’ with the hashtag #datenight.”
— Ivanka Trump (@IvankaTrump) January 17, 2017
The 35-year-old continues to build a reputation of being unaffected by the small things.
In December, Dan Goldstein confronted her on a JetBlue flight shouting, “Your father is ruining the country.”
Goldstein was eventually escorted off the plane and Trump remained calm the whole time, preferring not to make a scene.
Trump plans to settle down in Washington and focus on raising her children.
“When my father takes office as the 45th President of the United States of America, I will take a formal leave of absence from The Trump Organization and my eponymous apparel and accessories brand. I will no longer be involved with the management or operations of either company,” she wrote in a Facebook post. “I’m grateful for the overwhelming amount of outreach I’ve received from people all across America who have shared their stories and offered to extend their ideas and expertise in the areas I am deeply passionate about, including the education and empowerment of women and girls; leveling the playing field for female entrepreneurs and job creators and unleashing the potential of women in the workplace.”
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