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US President Donald Trump said, "Ivanka Trump created 10 per cent of all the jobs in the United States."

Unfortunately, there is insufficient evidence at the current time to accurately verify this claim.

Unfortunately, there is insufficient evidence at the current time to accurately verify this claim.President Donald Trump, on April 7, 2020, via video conference, during the Small Business Relief Update Meeting said that the meeting during this pandemic is to further deepen our partnership to help American families, workers, and small businesses. He further went on to say that his daughter Ivanka Trump started off with a goal of 500,000 jobs but now she had created over 15 million jobs working with some of the biggest companies. President Trump was referring to the American workforce policy led by Ivanka Trump where 300 companies signed a pledge to contribute.

However, Ivanka has helped the Trump administration in job creation and economic growth through workforce development. But, there is no statistical evidence at the current time to prove whether Ivanka was responsible for the creation of 10 Per cent of jobs in the US

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