VIDEO: Trump campaign blasts Democrats for sharing edited clip of Ivanka

FEBRUARY 12, 2020

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The Trump campaign lashed out against the DNC War Room after it shared an edited clip of Ivanka Trump.

The DNC War Room shared an edited clip of the first daughter answering a question on CNBC, where she was asked if her father’s appointment of anti-abortion judges legitimizes her advocacy for women’s rights. The account rephrased the question asked and edited Trump’s answer to, “I don’t.”

The article goes on to state the following:

The Trump campaign fired back, tweeting “ICYMI: Here’s the answer the DNC didn’t want you to hear,” with a video of Trump’s full answer to the question.

“It’s part of the president’s own national security strategy, this goal of uplifting women,” Trump said in the full clip.

“Domestically, women are thriving like never before,” Trump added.

She went on to cite “female unemployment statistics and her father’s policies on child care,” the Examiner notes.

Here’s the tweet from the DNC War Room:

Team Trump followed up with this tweet:

Kayleigh McEnany, National Press Secretary for President Donald J. Trump’s 2020 Campaign, also pointed out what she called “dishonest” coverage of Trump’s comments on CNBC.

“Typical dishonest Democrat Party move…

“They aired a question but not @IvankaTrump’s answer, which shared the truth about what @realDonaldTrump is doing for women.

“Dems can’t handle the truth, so they conceal it…” McEnany tweeted.

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