Despite echoing the popular opinion of Hollywood's elite, who donned black at the awards ceremony to support the "Time's Up" movement, celebrities circled Trump to call out her hypocrisy - mostly citing President Trump's behavior.
She said this while talking on "CBS This Morning" also.
2017 bulldozed over the gates that kept women and men silent on the issue of sexual harassment. "And for too long, women have not been heard or believed if they dared to speak their truth to the power of those men".
"I'm really grateful to what she said and I think she's a real leader and I think her voice is powerful and important and whatever she wants to do, she should do", Gillibrand said.
Ivanka, daughter of and advisor to United States president Donald Trump, described the address as "empowering and inspiring" in a tweet on Tuesday. She likened the pride she felt watching Poitier, the first black man to win the best-actor Oscar, to the impact she hoped she could have on young women.
The message was immediately met with a wave of critical and exasperated responses.
The whole world was left teary-eyed after Oprah Winfrey's empowering Golden Globes speech. "Don't sit there asking everyone to unite together against sexual assault when you're father is a sexual abuser and you turned a blind eye to that. hypocrite", yet another tweet stated. "Oprah. Oprah, you're a competitor, right?"
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"Honey are you serious?"
While another tweeted, "Say #timesup to your father".
"I'm sorry @IvankaTrump but unless you wish to call out your own father for his taped admission to assaulting women, your desire to join the sisterhood can not be taken with any validity..."
The Italian actress, who accused the film producer of raping her, had told the Charmed star: "Anyone who tries to diminish your work is a troll and an enemy of the movement". Does she have what it takes to run the country?
Multiple women have gone on the record to accuse Trump of sexual misconduct, with their accounts dating back to the early 1980s.
"But I said I could do it".