Ivanka just thanked Trump for ending his own “baby jail” policy and it immediately blew up in her face

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This afternoon, President Donald Trump signed an executive order putting a halt to the family separation policy that his own administration had implemented, denied they had ever implemented, boasted about implementing, blamed Democrats for implementing, and then argued that only Congress could repeal.

Whether or not the “executive order” actually resolves the crisis or simply changes “child concentration camps” to “family concentration camps” has yet to be seen.

But that didn’t stop his daughter Ivanka from taking to Twitter to congratulate her father for ending his own horrifying policy after saying nothing about it over the past weeks.

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When Ivanka Trump was on the campaign trail, she promised to be an advocate for mothers and their children, being a mother herself. But since her father assumed the presidency, all of her half-hearted and insincere efforts have come to nothing.

For her to thank the President for ending his own horrendously sadistic policy after staying silent for his entire administration elevates her from complicit to actively participating in her father’s efforts to gaslight and disingenuously mislead the nation about what’s really happening to those kids down at the border – and who’s really responsible for it.

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Social media immediately erupted in fury at her remark.

https://twitter.com/karengeier/status/1009519796650725376

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Natalie Dickinson

Natalie is a staff writer for the Washington Press. She graduated from Oberlin College in 2010 and has been freelance blogging and writing for progressive outlets ever since.

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