Ana Navarro, who guest hosted on ABC's "The View" on Friday, slammed first daughter Ivanka Trump for saying separating immigrant children from their families was a personal "low point" for her.
In particular, Navarro said she was sick of Ivanka saying that she opposed her father's policies even as she seemingly did nothing behind the scenes to change them.
"When Ivanka first came on the scene... I thought this was a great thing, I thought she's going to soften up her father, is going to be a good, positive influence on her father," she said. "This act of, 'I am vehemently against this, vehemently against that, but at the same time I remain in this complicit administration and I cash in and laugh all the way to the bank, getting patents in China, and selling stuff here and selling stuff there. The act is getting old."
Co-host Sunny Hostin agreed with Navarro's take and said that Ivanka's purported angst over family separations shows that she has "zero" influence over President Donald Trump.
"Why is she there?" she asked.
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