The New York Daily News recently published a report claiming that Ivanka, Donald Trump Jr and Eric Trump urged their father to stop harshly criticising Obama due to fears that it could hurt their company's brand.
Trump has been a staunch political opponent to Obama, having openly questioned whether the US President was born in the US even after a birth certificate was released.
Ivanka has now addressed rumours of a Trump family disagreement over Obama in a new chat with omg! Yahoo.
"What bothers me are totally fictitious stories that aren't fact-checked," she insisted, adding: "I don't get a call to ask the validity of a source's tale."
She went on to say: "There is massive pickup throughout the media. So that did bother me. When I saw the story I said, 'Huh?'
"That [intervention] never happened. And then I saw it picked up everywhere as fact. You know, these things happen, but it's obviously without truth or merit."
Donald has continued to be a controversial figure since the November 6 election, with the latest controversy surrounding his Macy's holiday advert.
An online petition calling for Trump's firing as a Macy's spokesperson attracted hundreds of thousands of signatures over his controversial comments about Obama. Macy's has subsequently stood by Trump as its spokesperson.