Last night we ventured out to the opening of the triple-floored Pronovias boutique in midtown that also served as a New Yorkers for Children benefit. There were many daughters of celebrities, and some socialites and models. But given all the women in the room browsing the clothing racks, we thought we’d ask what they thought about the most important woman of the day.
So ladies, given Tuesday’s primaries, what should Hillary do now?
Domenica Cameron-Scorsese: I have to say I have the hardest time following politics without becoming tremendously emotionally invested. There is what one wishes, what one hopes will happen and then what actually happens. My suspicion is, she is going to keep going until all other options are exhausted. I watch it and I find that it is such a tremendously tactical situation. The way we treat it is, who is ahead in the chess game, and I think it makes it very difficult to get the scope of who’s the best candidate, because there is so much news day to day and this one’s personality and this one said this and that. The truth is, what a wonderful time to be alive in American politics. No matter what happens, it will be ground-breaking and fascinating.
Ivanka Trump: I think it’s amazing; Obama will be tough to beat, but I really like Hillary—I think she’s terrific. I don’t know Barack, I find him to be inspiring, but I’ve never met him. People have been telling her to drop out for months, and she has a lot of fortitude and if she thinks she can win, I don’t think she’s delusional. I think someone is telling her that she has a chance, and she does have a chance.
Alexandra Richards: Intense, right? I’m not one to talk. I think I should do some things first.
Dominique Garcia (Andy Garcia’s daughter) and Rainey Qualey (Andie MacDowell’s daughter): No comment.