In one speech we watched Ivanka Trump transform from being the generally well-liked daughter of the GOP presidential nominee to an official organ of the campaign machine.
Standing before millions of viewers on the final night of the convention to introduce Donald Trump in his momentous acceptance speech, Ivanka declared she is not a Republican and then proposed several liberal policy proposals targeted toward women on behalf of her father.
Later in her remarks she outlined a new policy agenda for her father.
She went on:
ABC News political director Rick Klein tweeted: "Is there anything Ivanka Trump has said tonight that wouldn't be cheered at a DNC? Except, you know, 'Donald Trump.'"
Earlier that day Eric Trump, one of Trump's sons who also plays a prominent advisory role in the campaign, previewed Ivanka's speech to CNN. He praised her forthcoming remarks and said she "does the princess thing very well."
Which may be fitting. It seems as though the Trumps are not seeking to elect a committed Republican president, but rather, an entire royal family.