Ivanka Trump once encouraged women everywhere to share their job titles, despite not having one herself.
Trump was granted security clearance and given a new White House office just days ago, and shortly after a 2014 video of her surfaced that seemingly contradicts the power woman's status quo.
The initiative called #womenwhowork featured Trump defining her mission which was to celebrate working women in all aspects of their lives.
"We've launched a new initiative, celebrating #WomenWhoWork at all aspects of their lives. The modern working woman looks fundamentally different from women in previous generations. For the first time in history, we're embracing the fact that our lives are multidimensional. We're doing work we love, work that inspires us, and we're also pursuing our passions and making them priorities. We sat with 13 amazing women to ask what work looks like to each of them."
“Record yourself saying your extended job title, followed by your name and actual job title. Post the video to your social channels and tag a few of the women who inspire you to encourage them to follow suit. Be sure to hashtag #WomenWhoWork and tag @IvankaTrump.”
The video shows various women openly sharing their work titles. It ends with Trump saying "Let's show the world what it is to be a woman who works."