The first daughter, Ivanka Trump, was completely beaten and celebrated at the opening ceremony of the Jerusalem Jerusalem Embassy in mid-May, when Palestinians were killed as they approached the border fence during violent protests in Gaza. Trump, a White House adviser to her father's administration, was described as "deaf-deaf" and insensitive to ignoring the slaughter in Gaza, and newspapers such as the New York Daily News called her "Daddy's Little Ghoul." on their front page.
Less than two weeks later, Trump is once again the target of critics who charge her with insensitivity and deliberate ignorance regarding the implications of her father's policy after the first daughter A photo posted on social media by herself cuddling with her youngest child in matching pajamas, celebrating a leisurely Sunday morning.
The problem: On the same day, there were a lot of heart-breaking reports in the mainstream and social media about the separation of children from their parents as a result of the US's tightened immigration policy. The policy of parent-child separation includes cases in which parents do not "smuggle" their children, but openly declare that their family is seeking asylum from persecution.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions described the new "zero tolerance" policy while speaking with law enforcement officials earlier this month. "If you cross this border illegally, we will persecute you." It's as simple as that. "If you smuggle illegal aliens across our border, we'll track you." If you smuggle a child, we'll persecute you and that child will be. " separate from you as required by law, "said Sessions.
In the United States and in the social media, there is also a great deal of indignation about the topic. The #WhereAreTheChildren hashtag has spread in response to a report that the American authorities somehow lost the persecution of nearly 1,500 children who crossed the border and were separated from their parents last year, fearing that many of them were victims of Traffickers have become.
Trump's carefully crafted image, celebrating the joys of weekend parenting, was a raw nerve and angry reactions reentered Twitter.
Ivanka's cultivation of a glamorous Das flattering profile of social media has collided with the outcry against their father's policies since the first days of government. At the start of the Trump presidency in January 2017, she posted an Instagram photo of herself and her husband Jared Kushner, dressed for an elegant date in black tie and a shiny silver ball gown, while demonstrations at airports in the United States following the call of the United States Executive ranted for a ban on the emigration of Muslims, which led to arrests and deportations.
Responding to criticism at this point, a source close to the couple's Vanity Fair blamed the Jewish Sabbath for timing Snafu. The news from sunset Friday to sunset Saturday when they disguised themselves and the photo was posted, the source claimed they were not aware of the backlash to the executive order until it was online. The source was quoted as saying, "Ivanka feels terrible about the post and does not want that to happen again."
Ivank's recent critics include her ex-girlfriend, ex-daughter Chelsea Clinton. An interview published in the Guardian this week was frequently cited for Clinton's claim that Trump "downgraded what it means to be an American."
The Guardian interviewer noted that she spoke with Clinton "two days after a smiling Ivanka Trump opened the US Embassy in Jerusalem when dozens of Palestinians were massacred," she asked if she had "compassion for the first daughter ", obliged to fulfill the grotesque offer of her father, or considered her accomplices. "
Clinton's expression, the interviewer wrote, "hardened" when she spoke of Ivanka. "She's grown-up, she can make the decisions for herself, I mean, she's 36. We're responsible for our decisions," Clinton was quoted as saying
Trump's adult children, she said, are "adults who have made the decision to work in this administration."
The two women, according to Clinton, never had a formal argument, but understandably, their friendship did not survive Ivanka's formal role alongside her father.
Clinton interrupted criticism of the President's decision to employ his daughter as a white house counselor – but her description of her former friend's job was harsh.
"I think the president should be able to hire someone who is the best qualified," Clinton said. "I do not think many of the people he hired are qualified to work, and I do not just want a government that is not viable, corrupt, and designed to make life difficult for millions of Americans, but also a competent one Administration For me, the bigger question is the collision of cruelty and incompetence and corruption that we see throughout the administration. "