Ms Trump posted a video showing the first snowfall of the season from the White House, overlooking the rose garden. The White House adviser and her father will leave the building ahead of Mr. Biden’s inauguration on January 20. But Twitter users took the opportunity to mock Ms. Trump for the president’s electoral defeat.
Gailen David, a television producer, added: “Beautiful! But it will be better if you watch the snowfall through the bars.
More Twitter users also hurled insults at the President’s daughter, with one adding, “They’re getting a lot of snow at Danbury, CT Federal Penitentiary.
“You will have a lot of time to get nostalgic while you are in prison.”
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One of them said: “Take a good look Princess Nepotism, you will never have this sight again….”
Another referred to the US response to the coronavirus pandemic and said: ‘Oh, these are not snowflakes, these are the frozen tears of the hundreds of thousands who have died of covid thanks to terrible leadership. of your father. “
The United States has the highest death toll from the pandemic in the world, with 307,076 yesterday and according to Johns Hopkins University.
One said: “Sad to see so much hate directed at you, Ivanka, in response to your simple tweet about the first snowfall.
Another added: “Wow, so much hate on your page. These people are incredibly sad if they just hunt down people’s pages to be mean. They are indeed in a dark place.
Graham Allen, podcast host, also poked fun at the state’s Democratic voters, adding, “Only the snowflakes we love to see in Washington!” “
Trump’s daughter and her husband Jared Kushner recently bought property in Florida, leading experts to say she was considering a career in politics.
A source close to Ms Trump said she could run for a seat currently held by top Republican Marco Rubio, who has served as a state senator since 2011.
They added: “Ivanka definitely has political ambitions, there’s no question about it. She wants to run for something, but that has yet to be understood. ”