Most people around Donald Trump stand to gain significantly if things work out for him, but have little to lose if they don’t, says The New Yorker. However, there is one person with “a great deal at stake in terms of reputation and personal ambition”: his daughter Ivanka. Her Trump “subbrand” – a fashion line and lifestyle website – is “built around young professional women and working mothers – two groups who appear to be recoiling from her father’s presidential candidacy in large numbers”. Ivanka also has a book coming out called Women Who Work. At last week’s Fortune Most Powerful Women Summit, she tried to present the “challenging argument” that “she was both an important influence on her father yet completely removed from anything he did”. Not everyone was persuaded.