The President’s daughter updated followers with her visit to several sites including the Supreme Court of the United States and the Washington Monument. However, users hit out at the White House adviser with some focussing on alleged legal challenges she faces.
A pro-Biden account wrote: “It’s very considerate of you to be moving back to New York – you are saving the state millions in investigative travel costs. I’m sure they appreciate it.”
The criticism appears to make reference to ongoing fraud investigations into Donald Trump by authorities in the state.
According to the New York Times, New York’s attorney general has sent a court order to the Trump Organisation relating to ‘consulting fees’ which were paid to Ivanka.
However, the President’s daughter has blasted the investigations and denied that she received any tax benefit.
She said on Twitter: “This is harassment pure and simple. This ‘inquiry’ by NYC Democrats is 100 percent motivated by politics, publicity, and rage.
“They know very well that there’s nothing here and that there was no tax benefit whatsoever. These politicians are simply ruthless.”
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However, the Trump family are due to leave the White House when President-elect Joe Biden is inaugurated in January next year.
Earlier this month, Reuters claimed financial giant Deutsche Bank is seeking ways to cut its ties with the president.
Over the years, the bank has allegedly loaned more than $2 billion to Mr Trump’s over the years.
Of this, about $340 million is said to be outstanding, and these loans are to start coming due in two years.
Deutsche Bank officials reportedly said the bank was facing “serious collateral damage” from being dragged into bad press and probes related to Mr Trump.
Meanwhile, on Twitter, followers of Ivanka hit out at the president’s daughter for being “privileged”.
One wrote: “Thanks for enlightening all the parents out there who are out of work, don’t have childcare, can’t visit family, struggling to put food on the table.
“Your privileged life of nannies, drivers, housekeepers, glam squads is so reassuring in this time of crisis.”
Another hit out at her father’s reluctance to concede the election. They wrote: “What we do care about is a peaceful transfer of power. Where is it?”
Others were supportive. One said: “Good on you Ivanka! Love to your family from worldwide patriots.”