Ivanka Trump on Tuesday encouraged her 5.6 million Twitter followers to "ignore the trolls" – and she could take some of her own advice.
President Donald Trump's eldest daughter and counselor confronts the wrath of social media the holiday weekend after posting a photo of her cuddling with two-year-old son Theodore which reported that the United States government States of 1,500 migrant children entering the country on the Mexican border have lost track of it] Twitter users crowded in and asked Trump, "What would your Sunday be like if the federal government had ripped that child out of your arms and put you in a detention center? ? " And "Is not that the best way to cuddle you? One ̵
But on Tuesday, Trump, 36, seemed to turn his other cheek to her Twitter – "Trolls" to turn.
Quote of the Roman emperor and philosopher Marcus Aurelius in a series of tweets, she wrote: "If you work on what is before you, follow the right reason seriously, energetically, calmly, without allowing you anything to distract you. .. If you keep this, expect nothing, fear nothing, but be content with your presence, activity according to nature … you will live happily and there is no man who can prevent that. "
And in their last tweet in the series Trump wrote: "Concentrate on what lies ahead, on what you can control and ignore the trolls! a great week! "
Trump's trolls this week were the actor Patton Oswalt, MSNBC's Joy-Ann Reid, and others who also responded to news that the Department of Health and Human Services had 1,475 children
Shortly after Steven Wagner, a high-ranking official of the Department of Health and Social Services, said late last month during a Senate committee, Attorney General Jeff, that he was accompanied by a parent, Sessions announced the new one "Zero tolerance" policy of the Trump government regarding illegal immigration.
"If you smuggle a child, we will persecute you, and that child will be separated from you as the law demands," Sessions said of the law that separates children from a US parent who is convicted and imprisoned is. "We do not want to separate families, but we do not want families to enter the border illegally."
In front of his daughter's controversial social media message, President Trump tried to accuse the "terrible law" Democrats .
"Put pressure on the Democrats to end the terrible law," he wrote on Saturday, adding, "We MUST continue the construction of the Wall!"
But The Washington Post states that there is no law that explicitly obliges the government to separate children from parents who enter the country illegally.
In fact, the Trump government has taken the decision to prosecute people who cross the border illegally because of federal persecution has led to more children being separated from their parents at the border.