Wynonna Judd Says 'I Am Not My Sister's Keeper' Following Ashley Judd's Women's March Speech

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Singer Wynonna Judd has spoken out about the controversy over her half-sister Ashley's remarks at Saturday's Women’s March in Washington, D.C.

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The Kiss the Girls actress took flak for reading a poem called “Nasty Woman” at the march.

The poem, written by 19-year-old Nashville resident Nina Donovan, included a vulgar reference to President Trump's relationship with his daughter Ivanka.

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As social media reacted in both praise and shock, Wynonna took to Twitter Monday to go on a lengthy rant where she said, “I am not my sister’s keeper.”

Donovan told Inside Edition that she is standing by her work.

"There is no doubt about it, Ivanka is a beautiful, beautiful woman," Donovan said. "But the way he phrases things sometimes it is inappropriate to talk about your own daughter like he does."

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