By Helena Bottemiller Evich By Ben White and Andrew Hanna By Jake Sherman, Anna Palmer and Daniel Lippman By Alex Isenstadt and Kevin Robillard By Alex Isenstadt and Katie Glueck By Josh Gerstein and Darren Samuelsohn Speaking to Time magazine editor Nancy Gibbs on Wednesday during Fortune’s Most Powerful Women Summit, Ivanka Trump expressed confidence that her father would concede the election to Hillary Clinton if he loses in November.
“Well, look, my father is in this to win it and, you know, I’m not interested in talking about alternative outcomes and, of course, I think my father will always do the right thing,” she said.
“That’s the type of person he is.” The Republican presidential candidate has been pushing the notion that the election is rigged against him, a claim that members of his own campaign have seemed to contradict, including, most recently, campaign manager Kellyanne Conway.
In large part, we’ve stopped even trying with a lot of the mainstream publications because they just don’t — you know, I was going crazy around a year ago calling these reporters, trying to get them to at least hear our perspective and it’s just a waste of time.
You fall down such a rabbit hole with this and it doesn’t yield a result.”