Women are turning to surgery to look more like one member of the first family


Ivanka Trump has been heavily criticized by liberals over her support for her father, President Donald J. Trump. Yet she is undeniably elegant, and conducts herself with grace, ostensibly the reason that one plastic surgeon in New York City says a subset of his clients wants to look like the First Daughter and advisor to the president.

According to The Washington Times:

“Specific botox, cheek implants, and rhinoplasty procedures designed to make a woman look like President Trump’s eldest daughter have kept Dr. Norman Rowe busy once a week since last summer.

“The surgeon said over the weekend that he is amazed at the popularity of two procedures; one involves ‘temporary fillers’ with a $30,000 to $40,000 price tag, while the ‘Permanent Ivanka’ tallies $45,000 to $50,000.”

Dr.  Rowe reportedly told The New York Post that since the summer of 2016, he’s had around four clients a month that not only “like the look,” but also admire Ivanka.

The surgeon said Ivanka is “a powerful woman, self-confident, part of the first family. Do they want to be her? Yes, deep down, maybe.”

He added that Ivanka’s beauty seems to supersede New York’s voting patterns.

“I don’t think [liberalism] plays a role in the least,” he told the Post. “I think it has to do with somebody who you respect the way they look, and I don’t think it’s anything to do with whether you’re blue or red.”

In the video below, Ivanka discusses her father’s administration’s goals for the White House, and the challenges they’ve had.

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