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Rogue at Vogue; Ivanka Trump met editors at Conde Nast on June 12, 2017 (above in NYC on that date)

Rogue at Vogue; Ivanka Trump met editors at Conde Nast on June 12, 2017 (above in NYC on that date)

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Rogue at Vogue; Ivanka Trump met editors at Conde Nast on June 12, 2017 (above in NYC on that date)

Ivanka Trump and rogue Vogue-editrix Anna Wintour organized a secret meeting between the first daughter and the editors of Conde Nast.

A new profile from the magazine's publisher – with titles such as GQ, Bon Appetit, Vanity Fair, The New Yorker and the aforementioned Vogue – reveals that Wintour did not tell guests the reason for the meeting, but only says that there is a surprise guest will be .

& # 39; The message was: be polite, & # 39; told an editor who attended the meeting in New York.

However, many were surprised & # 39; when Wintour introduced Ivanka and noted how & # 39; brave & # 39; it was for her to look at the room.

It is unclear whether Trump family was enemy Graydon Carter at this measurement, but less than three months later he announced that he would resign as editor of Vanity Fair after 25 years,

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Wintour also used the meeting to show her strength in Conde Nast, something that Carter did shortly afterwards Vanity Fair published a piece about Ivanka and her husband Jared Kushner.

& # 39; Exile on Pennsylvania Avenue: how Jared and Ivanka were divested by Washington Elite & # 39 ;, was the headline.

That story contained a quote from a former West Wing employee who said: & There is nothing more annoying and distracting and useless than a bunch of stupid apolitical family members who have called all the shots. & # 39;

Just over a week after it went online, Carter shared the news of his exit.

Anna Wintour

Anna Wintour

Graydon Carter

Graydon Carter

Regal immigrants: It is unclear whether Graydon Carter was the meeting, abruptly the editor Vanity Fair announced his departure shortly after (Wintour left, Carter right)

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Carter then said he was thinking of resigning earlier, but decided to continue after President Trump had won the election.

He first made an enemy to Trump with a column for his magazine & # 39; Spy & # 39 ;, referring to him as a & # 39; short-fingered fill. & # 39; Gave three times the annual Oscar party of the magazine, most recently in 2011.

TVanity Fair then became a tough critic during the election, with Carter personally writing a scorching piece about Trump in the November issue.

In that piece he wrote about a number of things, including eating out with Trump.

& # 39; Dinner with Trump is generally a one-sided affair. He talks so much and with such a speed that it can make your hair flutter. Whatever woman he has at the moment, usually doesn't say anything, & Carter wrote.

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The magazine editor later wrote: & # 39; He has touched – embraced every third track in American politics. He has insulted (and I apologize if I omitted a group): African Americans, Indians, Mexicans, Jews, Muslims, war heroes – war heroes! – families of war heroes, the disabled, women and babies & # 39; s. Babies & # 39; s! Through word or deed, Trump has promoted firearm, intolerance, ignorance, intolerance, lying and just about anything else that can be wrong with a society. & # 39;

Carter also told about the evening that he took Trump as his guest for dinner at the Association of White Correspondents in 1993.

Halfway through the evening the guest next to him, the model Vendela Kirsebom, came across in tears.

& # 39; It seems that Trump has spent his entire time with her to the & # 39; examine the tits and legs of other female guests and ask how they measure up to those of other women, including his wife, & # 39; Carter wrote.

& # 39; & # 39; He is, & she told me, in words that seemed familiar to me, & # 39; the most vulgar man I have ever met. & # 39; & # 39; & # 39;

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Kirsebom, 49, spoke about that interview during an interview with DailyMail.com in October last year.

& # 39; Everything he said was so vulgar. I couldn't listen to his nonsense all night, so I asked if I could be moved, & she said.

& # 39; He talked about big breasts, small breasts, how one was better than the other and the differences between them.

& # 39; His main focus was on breasts and the sizes of women's bodies. According to him, fat women were not real women. & # 39;

She added: & # 39; He actually said if you are not attractive and beautiful, you have no purpose as a woman. & # 39;

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