The founder and CEO of the nonprofit group Girls Who Code is asking first daughter Ivanka TrumpIvanka TrumpThese Senate seats are up for election in 2022 The Hill's 12:30 Report: Dems look to repackage BBB into salvageable bill The Hill's Morning Report - Presented by Facebook - Biden clarifies his remarks on Russia MORE not to use her story in Trump's newly released book unless she stops being "complicit" in her father's policies.
Trump, who began working in the White House last month as an assistant to the president, is considered by some to be a moderating force in her father's administration.
But critics have accused the first daughter of being complicit in some of her father's more controversial policies by failing to speak out against them, while simultaneously touting herself as a role model for women.
Ivanka Trump's new book released Tuesday, "Women Who Work," focuses on her experiences in the workplace and shares the stories of other women in business.
Saujani founded Girls Who Code in 2012 with the aim of increasing the number of women in computer science and providing a support network for women in the tech industry.