The president and his supporters say Clinton should be prosecuted and jailed for her email activity, but Ivanka Trump insisted on a double standard.
"I don't believe that's what he said", she said.
When asked specifically about the president's divisive tone, Ms. Trump offered a wry smile, and said: "He's my father and he's my boss".
Referencing her father's denunciations of Clinton's private email server, she said, "There's no equivalency to what my father's spoken about".
Ms Trump said all of her emails were "stored and preserved".
Ivanka Trump reportedly used her personal account up to 100 times in 2017 to contact other Trump administration officials.
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'We're instructed that if we receive an email to are personal account that could relate to government work, you simply forward it to your government account so it can be archived'.
Trump Wednesday also said she is not concerned with special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian activities during the 2016 election, saying that she knows the facts as they relate to her and her family. It has also raised security concerns, particularly over classified or sensitive information and the possibility of hacking.
The president's daughter and adviser said that Hillary's private email server, on the other hand, contained information marked classified by the State Department, and there were "mass deletions".
After insisting that the pictures are "devastating", Roberts asked her to comment on Donald Trump's directive to use lethal force "if necessary". The president apparently wanted Clinton prosecuted after he took the White House. Ms. Trump had unofficially advised her father in an unofficial capacity in his run for office, but her role as a senior government came with zero experience as a civil servant, but a lifetime of experience as the President's daughter. It reported that some aides were "startled" by the volume of personal emails, and by her response that she was not familiar with some details of the rules surrounding personal email use. "People who want to see it as the same see it as the same". "And seeing children put at risk - running towards the border - is heartbreaking.
What's relevant are the policies of the White House, and what I feel deeply privileged about every day, is that I have the ability to serve our nation and lean in in areas where I am deeply passionate", she said. "So, there's no connection between the two things", she said.
The investigation into Trump's email use comes after a White House review found that Trump sent up to 100 emails from her personal account past year to contact administration officials, as IJR previously reported.