First of all, what are the chances that Ivanka has ever handled a vacuum at any time during her life?
I go with slim to no one because it requires a lot of dexterity to control a silver spoon in the mouth and a Dyson at the same time.
Still, she's well within her rights to speak her confusion at an exhibition at the Washington DC Museum, Flashpoint Gallery, which opened February 1, and runs until February 17, and is Jennifer Rubell's work.
The exhibition has an Ivanka lookalike and more from the Guardian:
The public is encouraged to "throw crumbs on the rug and see when Ivanka elegantly vacuum the tube, her smile never escapes".
A great textual description of the work hanging on the gallery wall describes Trump as "a figure whose public persona incorporates an almost comical variety of feminine identities – daughter, wife, mother, sister, model, working woman, blonde". It calls the act of throwing bread crumbs on the carpet for her to vacuum "surprisingly comfortable".
Let them eat crumbs!
Ivanka's answer was brief:
Except when it comes to the Brett Kavanaugh hearing, or mothers are separated from their children at the border or the Access Hollywood ties, or the women work in appalling conditions at the Chinese factories where her products are made, and …
The list goes on.
'America's most desperate son seeks his father's love in 2018& # 39; Win Don Jr also waded in:
Eric Trump cautioned the wind, Fox News says Ivanka is a "strong woman who has done more for women than probably anyone in Washington DC".
OK, Eric, it's probably enough of you this week.
Rubell, the New York-based conceptual artist, is probably quite stoked with all the attention:
[She] said in an interview on the CulturalDC site that the experience is designed to draw observers and small players into a complicated relationship.
"Here's what is complicated: We enjoy throwing the crumbs to Ivanka to vacuum. It's the icky truth at the center of work. It's fun, it's comfortable, it makes us feel powerful and we want to do It more, "she said.
"We also know that she will keep vacuuming, whether we do it or not, so that's not our fault, right?"
Ivanka and the co-operation have gone hand in hand since it is now infamous Saturday Night Live (or S & L, according to Don Jr) shit from 2017, with the lead role Scarlett Johansson.
It's a great place to finish:[source:guardian]