Ivanka Trump believes there are "unrealistic expectations" of what she will be able to accomplish while working in the White House as a top adviser to her father, President Trump.
Her presence in the White House, she said, does not mean her father will abandon the promises he campaigned on.
"It's not going to happen. To those critics, shy of turning my father into a liberal, I'd be a failure to them," Trump said in a series of interviews with the Financial Times.
When she disagrees with her father she lets him know privately, much to the chagrin of her critics. However, reports citing sources close to Trump have emerged after the president's decisions to roll back several Obama-era policies, saying she was against her father's decisions.
"To voice dissent publicly would mean I'm not part of the team. When you're part of a team, you're part of a team," Trump said. "That doesn't mean everyone in the White House has homogeneous views – we don't, and I think that's good and healthy – but that doesn't mean we're publicly undermining [each other] and this administration."
Hillary Clinton said in an interview released Tuesday that Trump should be held responsible for her father's agenda.
"Everyone associated with him … they're either on board with that, or they're not. And if they're not, they need to be speaking out or leaving," Clinton said. "But if they remain silent and just give lip service to contrary points of views, then they are part of his agenda and should be judged and held accountable for that."