Ivanka and Tiffany Trump rushed to Georgia on Wednesday to hit the campaign trail for their father as part of his push to win over female voters.
According to Daily Mail, the sisters began their day at Trump’s hotel opening in Washington DC for casual floral ensembles. They then went to Cobb County Republican Headquarters in Marietta, where Ivanka described her father as an “amazing man.”
“[He’s] an extraordinary leader,” she added. “I’ve had the good fortune for over a decade now to work side-by-side with him.”
Tiffany called Georgia her “second home,” as it is her mother Marla Maples’ home state.
“And I hope I get some sweet tea before I leave,” she added.
Ivanka said her sister’s accent had “actually become stronger since we landed in Georgia,” adding, “Every minute!”
Ivanka and Tiffany discussed their father’s tax and healthcare plans, but they did not talk about the controversial comments he has made about women. Ivanka did say that she had no idea what to expect as the child of “someone running for the president of the United States of America.”
“It’s been challenging at times,” she said. “It’s a tough business, politics. Not for the faint of heart.”
This marks Donald Trump’s latest attempt to win over women in the days before the election. Do you think it was effective? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section.