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If you’re one of the beautiful people invited to join asmallworld.net, a kind of Facebook for elites (and Weinsteins), you get a rare, um, behind-the-scenes glimpse into Ivanka Trump‘s life. In the site’s latest interview, the Donald‘s daughter sits down for a chat.
For those of you still trying to figure out Bebo, here’s the highlight:
“When she’s not busy being a Trump, I see glimmers of the softer, private Ivanka. In recalling a time when she felt true embarrassment, she shares an amusing story of her first day at boarding school when her wrap skirt fell off. ‘I walked half way across campus before realizing my skirt was half a mile back—that was awkward.’ Describing herself as ‘pretty mellow,’ she enjoys spending time with school pals she’s known her whole life, watching cheesy ’80s movies and eating mozzarella sticks. Of her personal convictions she’s passionate, and speaks freely of her disdain for the Iraq war. ‘A great social injustice is that we are in Iraq—I spend a lot of my time thinking about that.'”
Sitting bottomless, gnawing on T.G.I.Friday’s fried mozzarella, Cannonball Run on the big screen, thinking about Iraq.