Back in June 2015, Donald Trump announced, on the floor of Trump Tower in New York City, that he was running for the President and do so as a Republican. However, his announcement initially was taken as a stunt to generate interest for his reality show, but soon it became a legitimate one.
As time went on, the former host of “The Apprentice” gained a surprising amount of popularity and found himself accepting the GOP nomination at the Republican National Convention last summer.
In spite of this, Ivanka Trump determined to celebrate her father’s two-year anniversary as a politician during a tweet on June 16.
Ivanka on Friday night went on Twitter remembering the day, who also appeared to be proud of her father for making the decision to run for office.
She wrote, “Today marks two years since we embarked on this incredible journey to Make America Great Again,”
— Ivanka Trump (@IvankaTrump) June 16, 2017
Ivanka’s tweet didn’t go down well with the Twitterverse. Many Americans decided to voice their opinion. Social media critics lashed out at her.
Ps – My lawyers tell me that you should never, ever learn anything. It would just be a legal liability. I love you!
— Jeremy Greenfield (@jdgreenfield) June 16, 2017
Indonesian workers who make Ivanka Trump’s fashion line are too poor to live with their own childrenhttps://t.co/y7nC6ZgBRC
— I Don't Like Kale 😡 (@RiveraGrrl) June 16, 2017
Is this tweet sarcastic ?
— Roland Scahill (@rolandscahill) June 16, 2017
A nation cries out and you celebrate? You are totally, unforgivably tone deaf. History is a harsh judge.
— Dana George (@JustDanaGeorge) June 16, 2017
Yep, you've grifted your way into the White House and Daddy and Jared are both under investigation! Yay!
— Mrs. SMH (@MrsSmh1) June 16, 2017
“Yep, you’ve gifted your way into the White House and Daddy and Jared are both under investigation! Yay!” another tweeted noted. “A nation cries out and you celebrate? You are totally, unforgivably tone deaf. History is a harsh judge,” an additional post read. As the backlash continued, it was clear that the partisan divide in the United States wasn’t going to end anytime soon.