Chelsea shows teeth
Chelsea Clinton says Ivanka TrumpIvana (Ivanka) Marie TrumpKushner resisting giving up top access amid scrutiny over security clearances: report In new memo, Kelly changes White House security clearance process Kushner disclosed additional assets in amended financial disclosure form: report MORE is fair game when it comes to criticism lobbed at the White House.
“I think anyone who works for the president,” Clinton said during a Monday “Late Show” appearance, “should expect to be scrutinized for whatever decisions not only he or she is making, but whatever decisions the White House is making on any given day.”
Trump, who serves as a White House adviser, has taken heat for some of President TrumpDonald John TrumpAccuser says Trump should be afraid of the truth Woman behind pro-Trump Facebook page denies being influenced by Russians Shulkin says he has White House approval to root out 'subversion' at VA MORE's policy decisions. The commander in chief's elder daughter said last year that liberal critics have “unrealistic expectations” of her ability to influence her father’s agenda.
She also made headlines last month when she said during an interview during the Olympics that it was “inappropriate” to question her about sexual misconduct allegations against her father.
Clinton has in the past defended fellow current and former first children, including 11-year-old Barron Trump, from criticism in the media. In December, she and Ivanka Trump both said Malia Obama's personal life should be off limits amid tabloid reports about her time at Harvard University.
When asked by "Late Show" host Stephen Colbert on Monday if she was still friends with Trump, Clinton replied, “I have not spoken to her in a long time.”
“It’s clear though that she has supported policies and decisions that I don’t agree with,” said the 38-year-old author.
“I’ve been very vocal about my opposition to President Trump,” Clinton added.
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