For some, there’s absolutely nothing Ivanka Trump (or any Trump) can do right. As so many of us around the country are doing today, Trump tweeted out that she was praying for the victims of Hurricane Harvey — and wanted to honor the first responders.
— Ivanka Trump (@IvankaTrump) August 28, 2017
But even prayers and honor won’t shield her from the wrath of those who hate her simply for being a Trump. The responses to Trump’s tweet were sarcastic, malicious, mean-spirited and completely full of anger.
At a time like this, the country should come together in positivity, rather than lambasting their political opponents. Apparently, if Trump isn’t out in the flood waters rescuing victims herself, she’s complicit in their losing their homes and livelihoods — according to some.
Kinda easy for you to say sitting in your mansion, sleeping in your $20,000 bed, and selling products you have manufactured in China.
— Ed Krassenstein (@EdKrassen) August 28, 2017
Sweetie, you have no idea what honor, brave or heroes really are. That picture represents the VERY BEST of America.
You/Daddy = the WORST pic.twitter.com/GfRN8ZAgGI
— SeanSpicer’s Mic (@Spicerlies) August 28, 2017
What are YOU personally doing to help? https://t.co/7Woo4OOgjI
— OmnipotentKiwi 🌏 (@OmnipotentKiwi) August 28, 2017
Because Trump is rich, Twitter reactions rooted in bitterness and jealousy popped up immediately. Why people assume those who are well off can’t genuinely care about the victims is a mystery. No doubt Trump and her family have donated millions to various charities — and in fact, she donated half of her recent book advance to the National Urban League and the Boy and Girls Club of America.
But it will never be good enough for Trump-haters. Keep sending your love and prayers, Ivanka. Those who are benefitting from them don’t care about your enemies negativity.