Trevor Noah Rips Ivanka Trump Over Handouts Hypocrisy: 'The Woman Whose Resumé Just Says Daddy I Need Job Now'

The Daily Show host Trevor Noah ripped into Ivanka Trump, accusing her of hypocrisy, after the president's oldest daughter said Americans didn't want to be given anything they hadn't worked for.

The first daughter was criticizing Democrats' support of the Green New Deal, including Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the most vocal proponent of the $1 trillion climate-friendly stimulus package that pledges to guarantee a decent-paying job for all Americans.

"I don't think most Americans in their heart want to be given something," said Ivanka Trump, who worked as an executive for her father's real estate business and was handed an adviser role in his White House, during a Fox News interview with Steve Hilton, which aired on Monday.

"I've spent a lot of time traveling around this country over the last four years. People want to work for what they get. So I think this idea of a guaranteed minimum is not something most people want."

After airing a clip of the interview during his show on Tuesday night, Noah responded: "Are you shitting me right now? Ivanka Trump says the thing she's learned in life is that people want to work for what they get? Really? The woman whose resumé just says, 'Daddy, I need job now.' Really? That woman?"

On screen was a letter scrawled in a child's handwriting that read: "Daddy, I need job now. Love, Ivanka (Hot Daughter)."

Noah continued: "And, for the record, I'm gonna call BS on this. People love getting free shit, OK? Have you ever been to a basketball game when they bring out the T-shirt cannon? Parents will trample their own kids for a free shirt that they will never wear, all right?"

The comedian also said nobody loves free handouts more than rich people.

"This is totally true. I was at the Oscars last weekend. And they have goody bags for the guests. Just fancy, cool things that they give us. The richest, fanciest people are in the room and they're rushing to the table like minions… What are you doing? You're a millionaire. You have everything."

Ocasio-Cortez, a democratic socialist and the youngest woman ever elected to Congress, also hit back at Trump for her comments.

"As a person who actually worked for tips & hourly wages in my life, instead of having to learn about it 2nd-hand, I can tell you that most people want to be paid enough to live," Ocasio-Cortez tweeted on Tuesday. "A living wage isn't a gift, it's a right. Workers are often paid far less than the value they create."

Responding to a media report that suggested she opposed the minimum wage during her Fox News interview, Ivanka Trump tweeted: "No I did not. I support a minimum wage. I do not however believe in a minimum guarantee for people 'unwilling to work' which was the question asked of me.

"I've spent much of the last 2 years focused on inclusive economic growth via workforce development and skills training as well as pro-working family policies such as the doubled Child Tax Credit & CCDBG [Child Care and Development Block Grant]."