She insisted that "everything has been preserved" and stored in the White House system.
Trump said that there was "no equivalence" with respect to the use by private secretary Hillary Clinton of a private messaging server, which has become a central rallying cry for his father's campaign.
Ivanka Trump noted that there were "massive deletions" of Clinton emails "after the issuance of a subpoena," although an FBI investigation did not go unnoticed. revealed no evidence of obstruction of justice by Clinton and his associates.
"My e-mails have not been erased, there was nothing substantial, nothing confidential, so they have no connection between them," she said.
Trump acknowledged, "People who want to see him as the same (as Hillary Clinton's emails) see him as the same," but said that all his emails were on the White House server and that he There was "no intention of getting around" for White House staff.
"All my emails are stored and kept, so really, there were no deletions, there was no attempt to cover up, there was no problem." equivalence with what my father talked about, "she said.
Asked if the president's rally refraining from "shutting it up" applies to her, Trump laughed.
"No," she said.
"Devastating" images at the border
Trump, who has already expressed his disappointment with the separation of the family at the border, described as "devastating" the images of children fleeing tear gas at the San Ysidro border crossing, but largely echoing the feelings from his father on the caravan.
"I think that, like any other person with a heart, it is devastating to see the pictures and to see the children threatened." Running to the border is heartbreaking, there is no other way to It also makes me angry and angry that we have not been able to come together as a nation and change our laws, "she said.
President Trump said Monday that the administration "did not" use tear gas on children.
Asked about his father's permission to use lethal force at the border, Trump said at first that it was not on the table.
"I do not think that's what he said, but his main role as commander-in-chief is to protect the country's borders," she said, adding that "deadly force" Is not, I think, a thing that nobody talks about. "
But the president told reporters in Mar-a-Lago last week that he "agreed to" use "deadly force at the border, adding that he" (hope) that they will not be forced to do it ".
Having insisted on this point, his daughter told ABC: "So a deadly force, whatever the situation, would be the last resort, but it is the commander-in-chief of the country's armed forces, so it must still be able to to protect the border. "
"Nobody wants to see anyone get hurt," she said, but her father "does not talk about innocent asylum seekers" in the use of force.
The Mueller inquiry
During the interview, Ivanka Trump was told confident that she and her family had "no reason to worry", while Robert special advocate Mueller continues his investigation into Russia's interference in the 2016 election.
"I know the facts about me and my family so I have no reason to worry," she said.
Her brother, Donald Trump Jr., and her husband, Jared Kushner, were interviewed by Mueller investigators. His father provided written answers to questions earlier this month.
But, like his father, Trump said that it was time for the investigation to finish.
"I think it should come to its conclusion, I think it has been going on for a long time, but I want it to be done in a way that no one can question the fact that it was in a hurry or And I think that after this long period, we are well beyond this point, so I think it should definitely come to its conclusion, "she said.
Relationship with his father
Trump also discussed the relationship with his father as a senior executive of his administration.
When asked if she advised him on his tone, Trump replied, "He is my father and he is my boss." And one of the reasons I have such a good relationship with him on a personal and professional level is because I am incredibly candid with him. "
She called her father an "incredible unifier" and denied that he divides the nation with his rhetoric.
"I reject that, I think it's creating a policy that will lift all Americans," she said.
Even though Trump says she advises her father behind the scenes, she's rarely expressed on controversial issues or separated herself from her father in public, keeping her largely focused on her wallet. economic empowerment of women and workforce development.
"I was not elected, so my views and opinions are not as relevant, and what's important is the White House policies, and what I feel deeply privileged every day, it is that I have the ability to serve our country and support in areas that fascinate me deeply, "she said.
On Tuesday, she traveled to Idaho to visit a school alongside Tim Cook of Apple.