It looks like Donald Trump's less than savvy social media skills have been inherited by his daughters. Just one day after the president and his wife Melania Trump were criticized for posting the "saddest Christmas photo" ever, Ivanka and Tiffany Trump also had a digital faux pas.
While enjoying the holidays at Mar-a-Lago, the bikini-clad sisters decided to share a Christmas video with their followers. However, many of their critics found the short clip to be less than appropriate for the first daughters. With Ivanka, 36, doing her best duck face and Tiffany, 24, showing some serious cleavage in her swimsuit, the video was not your typical holiday greeting. As expected the duo was quickly blasted in the comments section.
"TONE deaf. JUST LIKE DADDY," one follower wrote before another added, "It's them living it up on the taxpayer's dime. They should be serving meals to the Vets or the homeless like EVERY OTHER SITTING PRESIDENT'S FAMILY!" Twitter also had a field day with the video, with one hater tweeting, "You and your family are so out of touch with reality. Enjoy your vacation while people struggle every day.” Ouch.
You and your family are so out of touch with reality. Enjoy your vacation while people struggle every day.— TheLorac🤦🏻♀️🌈 (@Carowaro7161) December 26, 2017
Seeing as the post has not been taken down, it seems the sisters don't see anything wrong with taking some time off for the holidays — and they had some support from loyal voters. "Ignore the haters. You two are beautiful inside and out," one fan commented. Another agreed, sharing, "You girls work so hard glad to see you are enjoying yourselves."
Melania also had some fun with a Snapchat selfie earlier this week, with many considering it inappropriate given her First Lady title. Maybe the Trumps should take a social media break before the new year...