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Barnes & Noble Customer Rearranges Ivanka Trump’s Book Display

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Depending on your viewpoint, Ivanka Trump is either a poised, level-headed, hard-working businesswoman and mother, or a shrewd political operator who’s complicit in some of her father’s most controversial and hurtful rhetoric and policies.


Or maybe you’re just worried about her. Like a recent customer at an undisclosed Barnes & Noble bookstore who made an attempt to help Ivanka with her troublesome father. The unknown patron rearranged the display for her new book, Women Who Work: Rewriting the Rules for Success, and added a few more titles: Children of the Self-Absorbed: A Grown-Up's Guide to Getting Over Narcissistic Parents, Disarming the Narcissist: Surviving and Thriving with the Self-Absorbed, and Toxic Parents: Overcoming Their Hurtful Legacy and Reclaiming Your Life.

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Ivanka wrote her new book after realizing that more female leaders should “speak out publicly in order to change the way society thinks and talks about ‘women who work.’ ” After all of the distasteful things her father has said about women, one hopes that she lets him borrow a copy.

Here’s what some other Barnes & Noble customers think of Ivanka’s new book:

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