Tuesday on ABC’s “The View,” former first daughter Chelsea Clinton said her message to President Donald Trump was to do his job and not to worry about how her mother Hillary Clinton was doing.
Clinton said, “Please, do your job. Focus on your job. Please, don’t worry about the Oscar ratings or how my mom is doing. Although, thank you, she’s doing great. Please, worry about what’s happening on the Korean Peninsula. Please worry about what the Parkland students are saying, ‘never again,’ truly is never again. So we never have another school shooting in our country. Please, worry about what you can do from the federal government’s perspective to make sure teachers in West Virginia and everywhere are paid appropriately.”
She continued, “Whatever issue you care about, please, like, lead us forward on that. So that’s what I would say. So Mr. President, if you’re watching.”
When asked if it is fair to ask Ivanka Trump about her father’s sexual misconduct allegation Clinton said, “I think anyone who works for the White House should be expected to answer any question about the White House, about the president, about the White Houses policies, practices so, yes, I do think it was a fair question.”
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