Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is seen with daughter Ivanka Trump during the grand opening of the Trump International Hotel in Washington, DC on October 26.
"It's a brutal process, but that element that's unbelievable is to be able to touch someone that way and seeing my father doing that", he said.
"The beauty of America is that people can do what they like, but I prefer to talk to the millions - tens of millions - of American women who are inspired by the brand and the message I've created", Ivanka Trump said during the sit-down interview with GMA host George Stephanopoulos.
"I'm applying to law school, so I'd like to bring a different skill set to the company", Tiffany Trump, the daughter of Trump's second wife Marla Maples, told Stephanopoulos.
Ivanka's brother, Donald, Jr., meanwhile, suffered from a poor choice of words while discussing how his father's candidacy will affect the family's real estate and hotel business.
"I think we have the hottest brand and I think the buildings are a testament to what we do every day", Eric Trump said.
Donald Trump may find himself in the midst of some fierce controversy, but the presidential hopeful has said his brand isn't suffering.
"It doesn't matter to me", he said. I'd say it's worth caring about for two reasons: 1. "It doesn't matter. I don't care about the brand, I care about the country".
The author writes that her Jewish husband has faced "unacceptable anti-Semitic hate speech" from Ivanka's father Donald, who is now pursuing an increasingly hard campaign to be president of the United States.
The Republican Presidential nominee's eldest daughter appeared with her father, siblings and stepmother Melania on "Good Morning America" on Thursday to address how Donald Trump's controversial White House run is affecting her eponymous clothing and accessories line. "I've never politicized that message. People are seeking to politicize it because they disagree with the policies of my father - there's nothing I can do to change that".
Earlier this month, Ivanka Trump's shoe line also came under fire after a series of reports accused her of using manufacturing factories that engage in unethical labor practices.