During an interview with Fox News, Ivanka Trump said that there is a "level of viciousness" toward her father she wasn't expecting from the media amid the ongoing investigation into Russia's role in the presidential election.
— Fox News (@FoxNews) June 12, 2017
"I was not expecting the intensity of this experience, but this isn't supposed to be easy," Ivanka said during the interview. "At the end of the day, if you want to think about difficult, it's the factory worker who's been laid off. Difficult is the mother who lost a child to opioid abuse. So these are the real challenges and I think that does put it in perspective."
She added, however, that President Trump felt "vindicated" by the testimony of former FBI director James Comey, who said that Trump was never personally under investigation during Comey's tenure. The right and the left have drawn very different conclusions from Comey's statements—the left believes Comey's testimony shows Trump obstructed justice by trying to stop an investigation into his former national security adviser, Michael Flynn.
Seeing as though the POTUS himself has been part of some pretty "vicious"Twitter wars, should Ivanka really have been so "blindsided," as she said?
Let's all take a moment of silence for Ivanka and her hurt feelings.