Chinese netizens may consider American first daughter Ivanka Trump a goddess, but not Germans. On Tuesday, while she claimed at a women’s panel discussion in Berlin that U.S. President Donald Trump is a great champion of supporting families, the crowd booed.

Put on the spot

The boos and hisses that met her statement that her father enabled American families to thrive made the W-20 panel discussion moderator, journalist Miriam Meckel, address the crowd’s disapproval of her claim. Meckel pointed out to Ivanka that some attitudes that the real estate billionaire toward women in public before he became president made the crowd question if he empowers women.

During the campaign period, a lot of women have come out to share that Donald Trump had grabbed their behinds while posing for photographs. A minor had complained that the former host of “The Apprentice” had raped her. As an employer, a lot of female workers in Trump’s businesses claimed they were not paid during their maternity leave.

Past and present behavior

Ivanka admitted she had heard of criticisms from media of her father’s past behavior. However, she insisted, “I know from personal experience, and I think the thousands of women who have worked with and for my father for decades when he was in the private sector are a testament to his belief and solid conviction in the potential of women and their ability to do the job as well as any man.”

While most of the accusations against Donald Trump came out during the campaign period, which his camp will undoubtedly dismiss as political mudslinging, reports of his behavior toward women continue even while he is already the 45th president of the U.S.

Graydon Carter, editor in chief of Vanity Fair magazine, claimed in a letter to the editor section that an acquaintance of the president confided the billionaire was obsessed with the breasts of the female translator who came with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe during his visit in mid-February.

Ivanka's brand

Ivanka is scheduled to have dinner with German Chancellor Angela Merkel whose hands Donald Trump did shake when she was in Washington.

Merkel invited her to the W-20 Summit. While in Germany, Ivanka also visited the U.S. embassy staff and their families, toured an apprenticeship program at Siemens, visited the Monument to the Murdered Jews of Europe, CNN reported.

Meanwhile, Good reported that because of the stigma attached to the “Trump” surname after November, a lot of retailers dropped the first daughter’s fashion line.

As a result, products that she licensed to use her name are showing up in retail shops with a new brand – Adrienne Vittadini, according to a tweet by Muckmaker. The owner of the name is G-III which has a license to use Ivanka’s name for its clothing brand.