In response to a barrage of criticism about the bikini swimsuit that Ivanka Trump wore in a New York City elevator last week, the president is planning to release a video that addresses the controversy.
In the video, which will air on Monday on NBC’s Today show, the first daughter will speak out against the bikini.
“I want everyone to know I was very disappointed in what was shown in that elevator,” she says in the video.
“I didn’t think it was appropriate.
I didn’t feel it was safe.
I felt that there were some things that were not right.
I want to be clear, I’m not offended by it.
It’s unclear whether the video will air in full or only snippets. “
And so, I hope people will watch it and I hope they will be respectful of the president’s decision to make this announcement.”
It’s unclear whether the video will air in full or only snippets.
It is also unclear how much the video’s airing cost, or how long it will be aired.
Ivanka Trump has also been criticized for her swimsuit as the first lady, with many calling for her to pull the swimsuit in the wake of the incident.
In a tweet on Tuesday, Trump said, “I am in the process of pulling my swimsuit and am looking forward to getting back to work as soon as possible.
I’m so proud of what I have achieved and will continue to accomplish.”
While many Americans have embraced the idea of a women’s-only swimsuit with the introduction of the Ivanka Trump swimsuit at the Women’s March, a growing number of Americans have expressed concern about how the swimsuits will look and how it will fit in a future Trump administration.
According to the Associated Press, Ivanka Trump’s swimsuit has caused some to question whether the first family should be wearing swimsuits at all in a Trump administration that has called for more transparency on how the Trump administration is running the government.
The Associated Press reported on Wednesday that some in the business community are worried about the impact the first- daughter’s swimsuits may have on the company.
“It’s really about the future,” one woman said, adding that it would be a “disaster” if the Trump family were to wear the swimwear.
In her own tweet on Wednesday, Trump expressed concern that Ivanka would use her position to advocate for the swim suits.
“Ivanka should have stood up for women’s rights and stood up against sexism, but instead she has chosen to sell Ivanka’s brand to the highest bidder,” Trump wrote.
“She should not be the first in the family to wear a swimsuit.
Ivanka’s position on the swims has made it easier for the next generation to look like they are the ones who care about women’s health, rights, and safety, not the first. “