Is Ivanka Trump's Sitting In For Her Father At The G20 Summit, A Case of Nepotism or Feminism?

Can you really not favor your own? Do you think nepotism can be done away with, or it’s an innate, eternal human instinct?

Is Ivanka Trump's Sitting In For Her Father At The G20 Summit, A Case of Nepotism or Feminism?
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