Ivanka Trump shared her ‘fan mail’ online and Twitter did what it does best
Ivanka Trump has been mocked endlessly after she shared her “fan mail” on Twitter.
The President’s daughter shared a picture of herself with the fan mail which school children from across the country reportedly sent her.
“Overjoyed by these beautiful letters,” she wrote. “Reading them is one of the highlights of my week.”
The letters largely consisted of drawings of hearts and “thank you” notes.
However, followers of Trump quickly began to mock her, or rather her father – the commander in chief- because that is what Twitter does best.
One person wrote: “Wow! How does @realDonaldTrump find the time to write so many letters!?”
A different person wrote: “Your dad’s handwriting has improved greatly!”
Some people took fire at what her role actually was in the White House.
“What do you actually do?”
Another questioned: “what are they thanking you for? and why are you in the WH again?”
Some people accused Trump of fabricating the notes which appeared very similar to each other.
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Somebody wrote: “So now taxpayers are paying someone to sit and write fake kids’letters? God, you all need constant validation even if its [sic] fake. “
“Is it just me or do ALL of those look like they’re from the same person? Did she pay someone to forge those? wouldnt [sic] put it past that fam,” another added.
Some people reverted to criticising Trump with the old age art of sassy memes.
— Oliver (@OtherWA360) August 25, 2017