The reviews are in for Ivanka Trump's new book and they're scathing

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In between her volunteering as advisor to the president, being co-CEO of a multi-million dollar business and meeting world leaders, Ivanka Trump, daughter to the US president, has published a book.

Titled 'Women Who Work: Rewriting the Rules for Success', the book draws on Ivanka’s own experiences being a female real estate executive with a child, and includes an abundance of quotes from life coaches, as well as famous writers.

The book has been received with mixed reactions.

From the mild:

To the savage:

The book contains a quote from environmentalist Jane Goodall, who previously criticised her father, reading:

What you do makes a difference and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make.

Responding to this, Goodall said she “sincerely hopes she will take on the full import of my words to heart”.

The CEO of Girls Who Code, whom Ivanka also quoted, Reshma Saujani, was less subtle:

In fact, most bristled at the existence of the book, pointing out the irony...

Not everyone disliked it though. There were supporters of the book too:

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