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So that is something, I'm very, very proud of my father's advocacy. Long before he came into the presidency, but during the campaign, including in the primaries. He's been a tremendous champion of supporting families, and enabling them to thrive in the new reality.>> You hear the reaction from the audience so I need to address one more point.
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And some attitudes towards women your father has publically displayed in former times, might leave one questioning, whether he's such a empower for women? How do you relate to that, or are things changing, what's your comment to that?>> I've certainly heard the criticism from the media, and that's been perpetuated.
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As a daughter, I can speak on a very personal level, knowing that he encouraged me, and enabled me to thrive. I grew up in a house where there was no barriers to what I could accomplish, beyond my own perseverance. Friends and my own tenacity, and I don't take that lightly as a parent now myself, that's not an easy thing to do, and he did that and he provided that for us.
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There was no difference from me and my brothers.