Tuesday, 21 November, 2017

Ivanka Wows In Japan In Sleeveless Top And Black Skirt

Japan rolls out sleek, all-female police squad to protect Ivanka Japan's first all-female police squad will protect Melania, Ivanka on Trump Asia trip
Sammy Stanley | 06 November, 2017, 02:20

The Japanese have been huge fans of Ivanka Trump's style, but the miniskirt she wore to a women's conference in Tokyo may have changed that.

The city's metropolitan police, too, have assigned Trump an all-female "riot squad" to protect her from overzealous admirers during the visit - and it's the same security measure they plan to extend to first lady Melania Trump when she and President Donald Trump arrive in Japan on November 5.

Trump also shared a picture after she landed in the country wearing a baby blue button up coat with a white collar and black trousers, proving once again that she might just be the most fashionable first daughter ever.

All-female units were also assigned to protect former first lady Michelle Obama during her visits to Asian countries.

She spoke to the thin crowd and shared her views on sexual harassment and women's empowerment including issues that women have to deal with in the workplace.

"All too often, our workplace culture fails to treat women with appropriate respect", the first daughter said at the World Assembly for Women in Tokyo. "This takes many forms, including harassment, which can never be tolerated".

Trump's sexism has been well documented throughout at least the last three decades.

'When you're a star, they let you do it, ' he said.

But the Times added that the low turnout could be due to the fact that Japanese public has not embraced President Trump's presidency. Several women subsequently accused him of sexual misconduct, which he denounced as lies.

He is perhaps not a man who likes being upstaged.

The Times said the mixed reaction to her appearance could reflect entrenched attitudes towards women in Japan.

President Trump's trip to Japan is expected to focus on discussing trade and the response to North Korea's growing threat and will include a meeting with families of people North Korea has abducted from Japan.

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