Ivanka Trump
Ivanka Trump speaks during a session named 'Taking women-owned businesses to the next level' as part of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund annual meetings in Washington, D.C., Oct. 14, 2017. Getty Images

Ivanka Trump discussed tax reform with Fox’s Sean Hannity Monday night after the first daughter finished a town hall event concerning the same topic near Warminster, Pennsylvania.

Hannity noted how Ivanka and her father President Donald Trump focused on the "forgotten man and woman" during the presidential campaign, and how that must translate to their administration now.

"I feel so privileged to have the opportunity to serve our country," Ivanka said. "Nothing about my life was designed to pick-up and move to Washington."

The first daughter said her mission is to give taxpayers in the country "the opportunity to remove barriers so more people can experience some of the privileges that my family... were lucky to have."

She said that the tax reform plan will focus on three promises her family had made to the people of the country: tax reform, deregulation, and fueling entrepreneurship.

The simplification of our tax code "democratizes it," she told Hannity. "We've got to level the playing field," according to Fox News Insider.

People on social media reacted to Ivanka’s remarks about the tax reform saying that the tax plan won’t really help people of all strata but just the rich.

Earlier on Monday, Ivanka traveled to Pennsylvania for a town hall event on GOP’s tax reform plan as Republicans have been working to pass legislation before the end of this year.

Ivanka joined U.S. Treasurer Jovita Carranza and former U.S. Rep. Nan Hayworth of New York for an hour-long meeting at a senior center outside of Philadelphia.

During the discussion at the town hall, she called tax reform "critical" legislation and insisted that the proposed changes to the tax code will be helpful to everyday Americans.

The White House adviser and first daughter said the plan was centered on "supporting the American family."

"There are many elements of this tax plan that I think is squarely targeted at creating jobs and growth in this country and offering relief to our middle-income families," she told the audience.

"This is about the recognition that, as a country, we have to have policies that mirror our values. We have to encourage the next generation to be competitive and compassionate. For me this tax plan really couples two things that are really core values as a country, which is work and supporting the American family," the first daughter added, according to ABC News.