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    Say What? Newsweek Blunders Over Ivanka Trump's 'Self-Plagiarism'

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    Newsweek magazine managed to raise quite a few eyebrows on Twitter due to its peculiar description of Ivanka Trump’s speech during her visit to India.

    Ivanka Trump, the president’s daughter and also his adviser, visited India to attend the Global Entrepreneurship Summit that launched in Hyderabad on November 28.

    Newsweek magazine reported that Ivanka apparently used some bits from her earlier speech while making an address during the summit, but for some reason described it as 'plagiarizing' on Twitter.

    ​The Newsweek article itself however is now titled 'Ivanka Trump Recycles One of Her Own Speeches in India.'


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