Speaking at Tina Brown’s Women in the World Summit , Scarlett Johansson had some choice words for the first daughter of the United States.Weeks after impersonating Ivanka Trump in a biting “Saturday Night Live” sketch, the actress Scarlett Johansson said she was “disappointed” by recent comments made by the president’s daughter.
On Wednesday, Ivanka gave an interview — her first since her father took oath as President in which she defended herself by saying she wants to be “a force for good” and maintains she’ll stand behind the powerful men in her life. With arousal of much curiosity , Huffington was hyped to know what Johansson thought about Trump’s response.
Johansson called Ivanka Trump “cowardly” for saying that the greatest change she could make would be behind closed doors. She supported the message of the sketch and bluntly put her thoughts into words. Here are her choice words in full:
“How old-fashioned, you know, this idea that behind a great man is a great woman. What about being in front of that person or next to them? It is such an old-fashioned concept that to be this powerful woman, you know, you can’t appear to be concerned, that someone is going to think that you are bitchy, or a powerful woman, you know, they get concerned with this idea that they are going to be seen in this unforgiving light and, you know, screw that, it is so old fashioned and it is so uninspired and actually really cowardly.”
Near the end point of her opinion , Johansson seemed to moderate her criticism , by acknowledging her and Ivanka’s common ground.
The actress said she has met Ivanka Trump several times, having grown up in New York City and sharing mutual friends with her, and said she is an intelligent, well-spoken woman. She acknowledged the president’s daughter must be facing a “complicated situation on many levels” but urged her to embrace the opportunity to “make a big impact just by being vocal.”
Possibly, Ivanka is the real Ghost in The Shell .