Ivanka Trump is becoming almost as popular as her dad with late-night comedians, and two did not miss out on an opportunity to crack jokes about her most recent bit of bad press on Tuesday.
Both Stephen Colbert and Conan O'Brien dedicated portions of their monologues to add more insult to injury after Ivanka was booed during a women's empowerment panel in Germany.
Here's what was said.
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"The Late Show with Stephen Colbert"
After a steady string of jokes aimed at Donald Trump, Colbert transitioned to the President's daughter by saying, "“Today, Trump sent Ivanka to Berlin to participate in a women's conference, making her the first Trump to attend a women's conference that didn't include a swimsuit competition.”
Three more jabs he squeezed in at the tail end of his monologue (above):
"Ivanka spoke on a panel titled, 'Inspiring Women: Scaling Up Women's Entrepreneurship.' And the Trump family has a long history of inspiring women — to march, to sue, to flee from a dressing room."
"Ivanka shared her story of becoming a successful entrepreneur. Step 1: be born rich. Step 2: just in case, marry rich."
"When Ivanka was talking about her father and how he was a champion of family leave, she was met with groans and hisses from the audience. That is not fair. Trump obviously supports family leave, that's why he is always leaving one and starting another."
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Conan had a different theory about why Ivanka told an audience of women that her father is "a tremendous champion of supporting families and enabling them to thrive."
"In Germany, Ivanka Trump told a crowd that her father is a champion of supporting families, and she got booed," the comedian said during his monologue (above). "Ivanka said she was surprised; she's always been told to open with a joke."
"Seriously, Ivanka Trump was booed in Germany. That's a big story," Conan continued. "Apparently she told the people of Berlin, 'Why would you get rid of a perfectly good wall? You could have given it to us and we would have used it.'"