Is DJT’s most lucrative investment his real estate dealings? casinos? celebrity endorsements? or POTUS win?

None of the above.

His single greatest asset, is his name and how that name travels well past his time in the oval office with the next generation of deals, moves and history it’s attached to.

Who better to move that legacy forward than one of his most ardent, educated and successful members of his inner circle, his daughter Ivanka. A women who has stood in the frying pan for 18 months and pushed back and enlightened with an informed grace that puts Hillary at her finest moments to shame.


But this kind of thing doesn’t just happen, he has other kids and many other uber-rich and often brash people have plenty of them that would melt in the searing hate of a voting base out for revenge.

While you can point to a million things, education stands out.

When Ivanka was young, she didn’t just go to any school – she first attended the famous all girls college prep school Chapin until she was 15. Focusing on the type of classical education once only offered to boys, tempered with the level of esteemed “empowerment” that has grown there in the last century without any.

Following this she went onto a mixed boarding school Choate “while her friends were out partying in New York” until college where she went onto Georgetown and finally Wharton where she graduated cum laude with a Bachelors in economics in 2004.

But how did all of this focus on education and boyfriend restriction play out as an adult?

Back in 2006 when she was interviewed for Stuff Magazine at the peak of socialite excess she went onto comment “I like to have fun with my friends and go out at night, but you’re not going to find me dancing on top of tables or see me trashed outside of Bungalow 8.”

I could dedicate an entire series of articles to her current and past accomplishments, but when I look at my own 3 year old daughter – all I can see is a path to success laid out by the Donald himself, take that as you may.

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