Ivanka Trump isn’t in the greatest position right now, as many of her celebrity cohorts have slammed her on social media following the reports of her father’s government policies. Reportedly, the Department Of Health and the Human Services “lost track,” of 1,500 children as people were ripped away from their families at the border between Mexico and the United States.
And on the 27th of May, Ivanka shared a picture of herself holding her two-year-old son, and she wrote in the caption: “My (love), #SundayMorning!” Following her picture, Halsey wrote, “f**k your #SundayMorning.”
The singer wrote that she wonders what it’s like for the “parents of the 1500 lost children your father is responsible for.” And the singer isn’t the only one to slam the president’s daughter.
Some of the other celebrities to attack her online include Patton Oswalt, who also made a series of comments. Jim Carrey, also, shared a cartoon inspired by the policy and wrote, “Lost in Trump’s ‘system.'”
Isn't it the just the best to snuggle your little one — knowing exactly where they are, safe in your arms? It's the best. The BEST. Right, Ivanka? Right? https://t.co/X79r8aWInc
— Patton Oswalt (@pattonoswalt) May 27, 2018
Jim said that the United States has turned from the “Shining City” to the “Evil Empire” in just under 500 days. In a tweet which we have for you above, Patton stated, “It’s the best. The BEST. Right, Ivanka? Right?” – referring to the policy.
The backlash against Ivanka comes after the reports claiming that the Trump administration would increase criminal prosecutions for the people who are trying to illegally get into the United States. Donald Trump said he would crack down on illegal immigration in the past, a promise he has tried to keep.
Nevertheless, people have criticized the policy as being “psychologically damaging” to the children pulled away from their family members.
As it was previously reported, Steven Wagner, an official reporting on the Department Of Health And Human Services, said he and the rest of the agency had lost track of the whereabouts of the 1,500 kids. Either way, it’s just another problem in the highly contentious Trump administration in the past two years.