Ivanka Trump defends Goya post that watchdogs call unethical
The White House would be responsible for disciplining Ivanka Trump for any ethics violation but chose not to in a similar case involving White House counselor Kellyanne Conway in 2017. Goya became the target of a consumer boycott after CEO Robert Unanue praised the president at a Hispanic event at the White House last Thursday. Ivanka Trump sent the tweet from a personal Twitter account that does double duty chronicling her work on various White House initiatives. As president, Trump is exempt from many of the rules that federal workers must follow. He also used a Tuesday news conference in the White House Rose Garden, where presidents traditionally have refrained from politics, to lash out at Biden.