National Review editor slammed for criticizing Ivanka Trump’s testimony

However, Rich Lowry, the editor of the conservative National Review, denied his significance on Friday, saying on Twitter that the comments by former President Donald Trump’s daughter, who was also his White House adviser, were “entirely free and clearly just wanted to embarrass him.

As many Twitter users have pointed out, this argument quickly crumbles when you consider that Ivanka Trump’s testimony made it clear that senior White House officials did not believe her father’s voter fraud allegations. even though they kept pushing them on the American public.

And when you consider that Lowry was more concerned with the feelings of the former first daughter than, say, the future of American democracy.

But one person managed to see Lowry’s tweet in a positive light.

Meanwhile, Donald Trump railed against his own daughter’s testimony on Friday on his Truth Social app, saying she was “not involved in reviewing or studying election results” and “to in my opinion, was only trying to be respectful of Bill Barr and his position as Attorney General (he sucked!)”.


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