The second (link below) is essentially a propaganda effort from a person I still happen to have respect for, who obviously loves her father.
FWIW: I don't doubt that Donald Trump has backed/promoted some women and may -- overall -- be fair to them in his organization... especially now. But I also do not doubt that multiple women ("dozens") interviewed for the recent NYT exposé can all (or even nearly all) be 'wrong', out for vengeance, or similar. (E.g., if a few (subsequently) dispute or recant their words, that does not invalidate the entire article (or publication)..)
...For those who can hold (at least) two competing concepts in their head at one time: We may have a person (D. Trump) who is -- or has been -- BOTH. I.e., generally fair to some women, and a sexist, demeaning boor to some women. Update: This point and others are discussed -- much more eloquently and in-depth -- in this 5/18/16 article (off-site link. no affiliation).
(Personal theory -- Trump: A person who will always take (or seize) an advantage; whether for himself, his company (e.g., hiring a good employee -- man or woman), etc. etc.)
Two excerpted quotations possibly of interest, helping to illuminate a bit:
1) From the 5/14/16 New York Times article entitled 'Crossing the Line: (etc.)' (article linked, new window opens)
...Quotation (about D. Trump) attributed to Alan Lapidus, (described as) an "influential architect":
"He is a lot more complicated than the cartoon character. The top people in his company were women, like Barbara Res. For any company to hire a woman as chief of construction was actually startling. I don’t know of a single other developer who had a woman in that position. The respect for women was always there. That’s why, in spite of the comments he makes now — and God knows why he says these things — when he was building his empire, the backbone was women."
--Alan Lapidus, architect
2) From the CBS News 5/18/16 article (off-site link, new window, no affilaition) where Ivanka Trump (among other things) responds to the NYT piece....
Here is something smart and practical she said in that article, IMO. (Below.) FWIW, I have an MBA degree (from back in the day), and smart collaboration in management (and other business activities) was 'preached'. I believe in it from experience.
...↓An intelligent person with a bright future, if she can survive her father's current clown-show, which I believe she will:
"You know, my brothers and I early on said to one another that, as a collective, we could do far more than any of us could do individually. And I really believe that," Ivanka said. "So...for me, title is largely irrelevant. I want to show up at work and love what I do and be able to work on projects that I'm passionate about...."
Finally, a dead-on 5/16 commentary article concerning Donald Trump's presidential campaign thus far. (There have been a few of them, which we will occasionally repost here.):
(Off-site link, new window opens, no affiliation:)
"Trump says you shouldn't take Trump seriously"