Last updated on July 15th, 2019 at 06:24 am
Ivanka Trump and her father President Donald Trump‘s main woman, Kellyanne Conway, have been through a great deal together. They’ve both attempted again and again to get President Donald Trump to the place he is today.
Although there have been a lot of speculations on how Trump has never respected woman we can’t ignore the fact that the most important people in his life are full of ladies. Be it in his profession that has Hope Hicks and Kellyanne Conway or in his personal life his wife Melania Trump and eldest daughter Ivanka Trump.
So now as they fulfilled the first step to the dream we noticed something peculiar in two of his ladies who share a common piece of jewelry although both hail from different sides of his life.
Digging further in the matter we realized this MAGA bracelet was actually given to Kellanne Conway by Ivanka Trump for all that they have been together through to support her dad’s MAGA campaign.
Perfect gift from a very special woman, @IvankaTrump, as we head into the final stretch. Keep it classy. #MAGA pic.twitter.com/sdFKmDIdJQ
— Kellyanne Conway (@KellyannePolls) November 4, 2016
The bracelet is by all accounts from Stone and Strand, the internet retailer, and planned by Kelly Bello. The 14-karat-gold and white jewel piece, known as “Group Trump — #MakeAmericaGreatAgain”, costs around $375.
Ivanka also has the same kind of bracelet indicated by her Snapchat, Stone and Strand sent her a “#MAGA” bracelet.
What is #MAGA?
MAGA stands for the Republican campaign of Donald Trump which was “Make America Great Again”. It was the campaign slogan for Donald Trump in the Presidental Elections 2016.
This was first used in Ronald Reagan’s 1980 presidential campaign when the US was suffering from a worsening economy at home marked by stagflation.
However, in the 2016 campaign, Donald Trump used this slogan again. Quite ironic that in 1992 the then President Bill Clinton used the slogan for his elections but in 2016 when Hillary Clinton was not using this slogan he called the statement was a racist dog whistle.