Arguably, the Trumps and everyone connected to them needs to stay off Twitter. With every post they make, they show how disconnected from the lay person’s reality they are, how privileged their lives are and have always been, and why they will likely never be able to understand the struggles of everyday Americans.
Moreover, even though Ivanka Trump uses her Instagram account to fancy herself as a hardworking wife, mother, and political heavy-hitter, the reality is that everyone knows that her household is beyond well-supported with the best help money can buy. Therefore, when Ivanka posted the tweet below, she was slammed without mercy:
“Too many women struggle to combine aspirations for work and family.” – Janet Yellen https://t.co/1N06ThzjIC
— Ivanka Trump (@IvankaTrump) June 5, 2017
Perhaps not as thoughtless as the time she compared herself to a slave, Ivanka’s post was extremely insensitive to the millions of women who will likely never know the level of help that is the norm in the Trump-Kushner household. With that in mind, people went full tilt on Ivanka in response to her Tweet:
Your words mean nothing. You are nothing. You are not an ally to women. Stop trying to bullshit us. pic.twitter.com/RMLsmP81HR
— Ryan Graney (@RyanEGraney) June 5, 2017
I wonder how the Chinese women making your shoes in a sweatshop balance work and family.
— Robert (@Sharktank1033) June 5, 2017
— Twump Faschion (@TwumpFaschion) June 5, 2017
So much easier when you have a nanny and millions. Try working a low wage job & raising a family then we might listen to your views.
— Pam Gardner (@Pamela_Gardner) June 5, 2017
Delusional like Donnie much?
— Cynthia Thuotte (@CynThuotte) June 5, 2017
Poking fun at her book entitled Women Who Work, one user pointed out how Ivanka has never truly worked in the ways that most women consider working:
We believe you Moronka! pic.twitter.com/4mXwrAPBni
— Endor National Park (@EndorNPS) June 5, 2017
Others simply continued to point out that Ivanka really should stay away from trying to make it seem as though she is able to relate to everyday women:
Please don’t insult our intelligence saying you identify with us working class women, cause you don’t
— Carrie Larson (@getitdone51) June 5, 2017
Yes, Jared’s and Daddy’s. It’s all to much for the little princess.
— Catherine Conlin (@wiggygirl) June 5, 2017
A struggle, as a born millionaire, you have never experienced, nor will ever.
— Darwin Brandis (@DarwinBrandis) June 5, 2017
Why do you tweet as if u care? U have shown not to be anybody but u & ur family’s ally. Continue with your complicity and please sit down!
— kristr01 (@kristr01) June 5, 2017
And whether one user meant “still here” as in on Twitter, working alongside her father, or alive in general, the tweet below sums up how many people feel about Ivanka and her entire family:
… you’re still here?
— Amanda Duarte (@duarteamanda) June 5, 2017
Yes, Ivanka is “still here.” Still pretending to be able to relate and still clueless as to how bad her ill-fated efforts are faring for her.
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