Ivanka Trump Faces Backlash Over New Self-Help Book for Working Moms

The first daughter plugged the book on Instagram with an adorable throwback video of her with her children.

Ivanka Trump has posted an adorable video to plug her new self-help book for working moms.

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The first daughter dances in the kitchen of her Washington D.C., mansion with her 3-old-son, Joseph, as 1-year-old Theodore watches from his high chair.

Ivanka Trump had vowed not to promote the book due to her position at the White House but she provided a link to an article about her book, Women Who Work: Rewriting the Rules for Success.

Trump’s eldest daughter also posted a series of snaps on Instagram of her sister Tiffany and sister-in-laws Lara and Vanessa reading the book.

Her book is coming under fire by a reviewer from The New York Times, who calls it "a strawberry milkshake of inspirational quotes."

“You doing a self-help book is like me telling blondes how to dress,” Whoopi Goldberg exclaimed on The View Thursday. “I just think she needs to find her corner and what she does.”

Her family is giving Ivanka their full support as her brothers, Donald Jr. and Eric, posted their congratulations, as did Ivanka’s former stepmom, and Trump’s second wife, Marla Maples.

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Meanwhile, actress Pamela Anderson is revealing a thank-you letter she recently received from Melania Trump.

Apparently the former Baywatch star, who is a staunch animal rights activist, sent the first lady a faux fur coat and received a letter from the that she posted on Twitter.

Dear Melania,
Thank you for your sweet note.
It is heartwarming to see you
manage your position with such beauty and grace.
Pamela pic.twitter.com/h9mmdqxp0h

— Pamela Anderson (@pamfoundation) May 3, 2017

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