Ivanka Trump has responded to the economic program presented by progressive democrats and speared by representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in New York, saying most Americans "will work for what they get."
The first daughter, a senior advisor in her father's white house, commented on Ocasio-Cortez's Green New Deal as he spoke to Fox Newss's Steve Hilton.
"You've got people who want to see the offer from the Democrats, from the progressive democrats, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez:" Here's the Green New Deal, here's the guarantee of a job "and think," Yes, that's it I want it so simple. "What do you say to these people?" Hilton asked the first daughter.
"I don't think most Americans in their hearts want anything. I've spent a lot of time traveling around this country over the last four years. People will work for what they get," Trump.
"Then I think this idea of a guaranteed minimum is not something most people want. They want the ability to To be able to secure a job, they want the ability to live in a country where there is potential for upward mobility, "she added.
Ocasio-Cortez made headlines to pursue the Green New Deal, which she launched with Senator Ed Markey of Massachusetts earlier this month. The courageous initiative aims to eliminate greenhouse gas pollution in the US over the next decade. The agreement also seeks to counter inequality by guaranteeing a work with a family-based salary.
The Green New Deal's critics have dismissed it as impractical, while some Republicans have welcomed it, as it is so radical that the deal is so radical that it will drive away moderate voters from the democratic ticket. "I want them to push it as far as they can. I want to see it on the floor. I would like to see them actually vote on it," Representative Mike Simpson, an Idaho Republican, told Politico When the deal was launched, "It's crazy. It was funny," he added.
Hilton asked Ivanka Trump if she believed voters would have a sharp decision between President Donald Trump and GOP's capitalism against democratic socialism in 2020. Trump praised his father's financial record, saying that the Americans would respond to an improved financial situation.
"So, as Americans, families who are thinking about their financial situation compared to a month ago or a year ago, America is doing very well and it is in quite a sharp contrast to the rest of the world. Not only does it go well, much of the world is slowing down with their growth. "
She continued to praise her father's workforce's development initiative and said it would allow the economy to thrive. Fox's full interview with Ivanka Trump airs on Sunday.