No one is taking Ivanka Trump's speech against sexual harassment seriously

No one is taking Ivanka Trump's speech against sexual harassment seriously

In a January article in the Independent, titled "Why Japan loves Ivanka Trump", an Ivanka-admiring blogger - who reportedly writes about the first daughter's fashion and lifestyle for the Japan Times - hinted that not everybody is as enamored of Donald.

The Japanese have been huge fans of Ivanka Trump's style, but the miniskirt she wore to a women's conference in Tokyo may have changed that.

She will then have dinner with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe before returning to the USA on Saturday to help push her father's tax reform plan, Axios reported.

"All too often, our workplace culture fails to treat women with appropriate respect", the first daughter said at the World Assembly for Women in Tokyo.

On Monday, the first daughter turned 36 years old and to celebrate we took a look and found several of her most stunning appearances. She also decried sexual harassment in the workplace. Women have been empowered to come forward to expose the prevalence of sexual harassment and assault in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal.

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Trump's sexism has been well documented throughout at least the last three decades. 'Grab them by the p****.

Trump said the comments were "locker-room banter". A recent Pew Research Center poll shows that less than a quarter of the population believe that he will "do the right thing in world affairs", a 54-percent drop from the confidence expressed for President Obama past year.

It "disproportionately" impacts women and most likely causes them to leave jobs or curtail ambitions due to lack of affordable care for children or relatives who can help, she said, calling for innovative ways to make it easier for women to enjoy motherhood without compromising their careers.

President Trump's trip to Japan is expected to focus on discussing trade and the response to North Korea's growing threat and will include a meeting with families of people North Korea has abducted from Japan.