Ivanka blasted over India intervention as POTUS set to leave White House

IVANKA has once again faced backlash over a tweet commending US-India relations ahead of her father, US President Donald , leaving the White House in January.

PUBLISHED: 01:23, Thu, Dec 3, 2020 | UPDATED: 01:23, Thu, Dec 3, 2020

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The First Daughter praised the countries’ alliance in “promoting global security, stability, and economic prosperity”. In a tweet published on Monday, Ms said: “Fond memories from the Global Entrepreneurship Summit in India with Prime Minister @narendramodi!

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“As the world continues to battle COVID-19, our countries’ strong friendship in promoting global security, stability, and economic prosperity is more important than ever.”

Ms also shared some pictures of her alongside India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

However, the message did not go down well with some of her followers, some of whom accused her of “pulling cons”.

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One Twitter used said: “Ivanka has so many memories visiting countries in an ‘official’ capacity while seeing to family business.

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“Trumps are always working angles and pulling cons. It’s in their DNA.”

Another person added: “I’d swear you're living in a parallel universe.

“You're talking about prosperity when food lines are longer than they've ever been, unemployment off the charts, people being evicted.

“I’m amazed at how out of touch you are.”

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But other followers took to Instagram, where she posted the same images, to praise the First Daughter.

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