Actor and activist Jennifer Garner is aiming to meet with fellow working mom and first daughter Ivanka Trump to talk about early childhood education, especially in rural areas.
The actor skipped the Oscars to travel to Washington, according to the Washington Post; however, the meeting was postposed due to scheduling conflicts.
A well-known liberal, Garner lobbied for Hillary Clinton this past election season, but says she is committed to helping President Donald Trump "make good on what [working-class voters] saw as promises, a mandate from him, that he was going to make their lives better."
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Unlike many celebrities and other famous figures showing active resistance against Trump, Garner says she wants to work with the President to ensure the well being of the American people.
As she told the Post:
"Send me a ticket to Mar-a-Lago. I’m ready to go down and have a steak and a good chat. I really think it’s great, if he’s willing to help the poor kids who got him elected."
Hopefully, President Trump is willing to listen to Garner's plea, as well as those striving to work with him.