It hasn’t been a great 24 hours for Ivanka Trump, the president’s favorite daughter, ersatz first lady and future jailbird wife.

IVANKA DISPLAYS REMARKABLE TONE DEAFNESS

Her daddy is about to take health care away from 24 million people. Budget cuts will harm the most vulnerable. The rich will get richer and the poor will die quicker.

Poor, dim Ivanka thought the po’ folks would enjoy all that.

When asked if it was harder than she thought to get things done in Washington, the presidential advisor admitted that it left her surprised at the rancor in the city.

“It is hard,” she began. “There is a level of viciousness that I wasn’t expecting. I was not expecting the intensity of this experience.”

Trump’s words come six years and three months after her father’s first accusations about former President Barack Obama not being born in the United States and being an illegitimate president. The conspiracy theory took root and followed the elder Trump throughout the campaign until he was forced to acknowledge that Obama was actually born in Hawaii as his birth certificate says.

IVANKA SAYS JUDAISM IN TOP THREE

She only missed it by a little.

Trump, who converted to Judaism before marrying her husband Jared Kushner, an Orthodox Jew, in 2009, spoke about her experience in Israel, describing it as, “truly an unbelievable moment.”

“I feel blessed and privileged to have been there. It was deeply personal for me as you know to be standing at the Western Wall in a moment of privacy because it was really just us, she said.”

Trump described the trip as being “wildly successful.”

“To have covered the three largest world religions over the course of four days, it was deeply meaningful,” Trump said. “It was beyond special. For each of these moments, it’s hard to find the words to adequately describe them.”

Third? Not quite.

OH, THOSE PESKY FACTS!!!