Report: Ivanka Playing a 'Significant Role' in Her Father's Administration
First daughter Ivanka Trump has no formal position in her father's administration, but she is reportedly playing a "significant role" at the White House since he took office.
On "Your World" today, Garrett Tenney reported that Ivanka sat in on two high-level meetings yesterday, a sitdown with manufacturing CEOs and a listening session on the issue of human trafficking.
"Going back to the campaign and really even before then, Ivanka Trump has been one of her father's closest and most-trusted advisers," Tenney said. "Just over a month into the new administration, we've already seen that she does not need a title to get things done."
Tenney noted that when Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited the White House last week, she helped launch a joint initiative to encourage companies to have more women in leadership roles.
He added that Ivanka has also had a number of meetings with members of the House and Senate, and she has reportedly been involved in some of her father's executive orders.
Tenney pointed to White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer's remarks during a press briefing on Thursday.
"There (are) areas that she's cared very passionately about before ... her father coming to the White House," Spicer said. "And now that her father is in the White House, she continues to seek a platform that helps empower and lift up women and give them opportunities."
Tenney said it remains to be seen how Ivanka will wield her White House influence and how effective she will be at getting policies passed.
"For that, we'll simply have to wait and see," he said. "But it's clear Ivanka is much more than simply a first daughter and will play a significant role in her father's administration."
Watch more above, and see Ivanka's son take his first-ever crawl at the White House.