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People noticed something AWESOME about what Ivanka wore last night…

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Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka dazzled America last night when she introduced her father before he formally accepted the GOP nomination for president. She was poised and articulate in her presentation. And while she’s a towering 34-year-old — both in terms of her accomplishments as a businesswoman and striking beauty — Ivanka was relatable and managed to connect with a receptive American audience, both in the convention hall and in living rooms across America.

And today, word of another aspect of Ivanka’s reliability to average Americans is spreading. The dress she chose for what was arguably the most important presentation of her life thus far wasn’t some high-falutin’, big-name designer creation costing thousands of dollars. Nope, it was a mere $138, from her own fashion line, no less.

Guess you could really say she actually makes her own clothes…

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Via Breitbart:

Ivanka Trump reportedly wore a $138, blush-colored dress from her own fashion line — sold at Macy’s and Nordstrom — when she introduced her father Donald Trump on Thursday night at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio, where he accepted the Republican Party’s nomination for President of the United States.

The 34-year-old fashionista also wore her own dress on Wednesday night.

“The entrepreneur was also sporting her own designs — $158 off-white dress, $135 black suede pumps and her own considerably pricier precious jewelry — in the Quicken Loans Arena on Wednesday night, when photographers shot her pointing toward her father’s nemesis Ted Cruz,” Women’s Wear Daily reports.

Meanwhile, at next week’s Democrat National Convention, we can expect presumptive nominee Hillary Clinton to be sporting significantly more expensive garb, if her recent attire is any indication.

Trump’s decision to adorn her reasonably priced clothing line makes her relatable to every woman and it’s in stark contrast to presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton’s decision to wear a $12,485 Giorgio Armani jacket during her New York primary win in April.

As the New York Post noted, Clinton’s jacket reveals her disconnect from the everyday woman.

“It was a clear attempt to position herself as an everywoman,” the Post reported of Clinton’s victory speech, adding, “But an everywoman she is not — she gave the speech in a $12,495 Giorgio Armani tweed jacket.”

Of course, while the liberal media is jumping all over the “imported” label on Ivanka’s dress, they will likely make little or nothing of their own Hillary Clinton’s attire, which is in a category that only the top part of the so-called “1%” could even hope to afford (and, by the way, is “imported”).

Now tell me, who do you think is the “everywoman” here?

Clearly, Ivanka’s choice resonated with Americans watching:


The good news is, I think the only people who continue to be fooled by Hillary are the most die-hard Democrat sheeple — who willingly drink the Kool-Aid to remain in their state of delusion.

No wonder Democrats are terrified.

[Note: This article was written by Michelle Jesse, Associate Editor]


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