The first daughter Ivanka Trump did her best to fill her dad at the G20 summit this weekend, but it was her involvement in a conversation that had social media in arms.
Standing side by side with French President Macron, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, International Monetary Fund Director Christine Lagarde and British Prime Minister Theresa May, Mrs. Trump briefly tried to throw her two cents into the conversation.
In the 19-second snippet, uploaded to Instagram from the account of the French presidential palace, Mr. Macron can be heard about social justice.
"It's on," Mrs. Trump agreed.
Ms May replied to the French president, adding: "As soon as you start talking about the economic aspect of this, however, many people begin to listen to those who otherwise would not listen".
Mrs. Trump is in agreement with the British prime minister, saying: "And the same goes for the defense, in terms of the whole …"
While Mrs. Trump moves away, Mrs. Lagarde seems to send a message with her body language to the president's daughter, turning her back to Mrs. Trump and staring intently at Mr. Trudeau before his eyes fall to the ground.
Mrs Trump then makes a gesture with her hands and ends her point.
"… being very dominated by men", he adds, "So …"
The brief conversation – and Trump's involvement – was blown up on social media.
Even Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a Democratic representative of New York, intervened.
"It might be shocking to some, but being someone's daughter is actually not a professional qualification. It hurts our diplomatic position when the president calls in (and) the world goes on," Ms. Ocasio-Cortez tweeted .
"The United States needs our president to work at the G20. Bringing in a qualified diplomat could not hurt either of us."
Other Twitter users were quick to skip Ms Trump's appearance at the summit.
Earlier at the G20 summit, Ms. Trump delivered a speech in which support was shown to help women bridge the gap with men in finance and other forms of economic empowerment.
Ms. Trump told the audience at the special session that the world economy would get an increase of up to $ 28 trillion by 2025 if women were on the same economic level.
The president's daughter described improving the status of women as "economic policy and intelligent defense".
After Trump's brief appearance at the G20 summit, the family flew to Korea where President Donald Trump met with North Korea's Kim Jong-un at the concrete line that marks the border between North and South.
Mr Trump tweeted his latest invitation to Mr. Kim, suggesting that the North Korean leader meet him "at the border / DMZ just to shake his hand and say hi (?)!" During a long-planned visit.
Mr. Trump later said that if Mr. Kim had made the trip, the two would "see each other for two minutes," adding, "This is all we can. But it will be fine."
The second summit of Trump and Kim took place in Hanoi at the beginning of this year, without an agreement.
Mr. Trump joined the Freedom House conversation with Mr. Kim from his daughter and son-in-law, Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner.
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