Ivanka Trump posts picture with fan mails, gets brutally trolled; see top Twitter reactions

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New Delhi | August 26, 2017 7:20 PM

Ivanka Trump, daughter of the US President Donald Trump who is also a senior White House Advisor, opened a can of worms for herself when she posted a picture of herself with letters written by her fans on micro-blogging site Twitter.

Ivanka Trump, US President Donald Trump, social media, twitter, ivanka trolled, ivanka trump trolled Apparently, Ivanka had posted this image in order to show her delight at receiving these letters. (AP)

Ivanka Trump, daughter of the US President Donald Trump who is also a senior White House Advisor, opened a can of worms for herself when she posted a picture of herself with letters written by her fans on micro-blogging site Twitter. Apparently, Ivanka had posted this image in order to show her delight at receiving these letters. “Overjoyed by these beautiful letters. Reading them is one of the highlights of my week,” she posted as the caption of the image. Little did she know that she would be mercilessly trolled on twitter for posting the message. The tweet backfired and Twitterati went all out to slam the 35-year-old White House advisor, according to an Indian Express report.

Many people trolled Ivanka with messages such as, ‘Your dad’s drawing looks great’ and someone tweeted ‘Did not know Donald Trump had time to write this many letters’. One Twitterati went on to say ‘Your dad’s handwriting has improved’. Many people who trolled Ivanka were fixated by a caricature drawn by a child. The caricature had dollar signs for eyes and many people took that peg and ran with it, with many people praising the child who drew the face with dollar signs for eyes, according to the report.

Here are the top Twitter reactions:

Actor Kal Penn, who achieved fame from movies such as Kumar and Harold go to White Castle and the Namesake also used the opportunity to share a letter which he thought needed her attention. The letter, shared by the Indian origin actor, was written by the President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities and criticised US President Donald Trump for his statement on Charlottesville attack.

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