Ivanka Trump, daughter of US President Donald Trump, has made her first appearance on “Saturday Night Live” in the opening credits of her new TV series.
The actor’s first appearance since being ousted as her father’s White House chief of staff, the new show, which is airing in September, will feature the first-born daughter of the 45th president, and she said the world is much bigger than the man in the Oval Office.
“The world is so much bigger, but that doesn’t mean we don’t feel it.
It’s just different,” she said during a live chat on Saturday.
Trump’s new show is being directed by her husband, Jared Kushner, who also played Trump’s brother, Eric.
Her character is a woman of extraordinary power, but the actress said she also had a deep respect for the President’s legacy.
“There’s nothing worse than a president who doesn’t have any,” she told host Seth Meyers.
“I don’t think I have ever been as happy as I am watching his children succeed in the White House.”
Trump has made a habit of addressing the nation’s problems through her Twitter feed.
The President, who has been widely criticised for the way he handled the shooting at a black church in South Carolina, has called for unity in the wake of the violence.
On Saturday, he said he was grateful for the country’s unity and urged people to show up in large numbers to show his “heart”.
“You don’t have to be white or straight or male or Asian to show your heart,” he said.
“You just have to have a heart.”