‘DADDY YOU’RE RUINING MY BRAND!’: Internet roasts Ivanka’s ‘I disagree with my dad’ Us Weekly cover
First Daughter Ivanka Trump is appearing on the cover of the latest Us Weekly for a story in which “sources close” to her explain the ways that she disagrees with her father.
The magazine’s description of the story explains that Ivanka is trying to “balance her personal ideals with love and loyalty to her father,” while at the same time emphasizing that she “will always fight for what she believes in.”
Many Twitter users were quick to pounce on the Ivanka story as a calculated attempt to save her personal brand, which has taken a major hit among the young women to whom she pitches her products.
Some of the top reactions follow below.
Ummmm hmmmmm. pic.twitter.com/khXXOtBWEK
— Ryan Graney (@RyanEGraney) June 7, 2017
“Once-witty supermarket tabloid shifts to fabricated palace dissent as propaganda for the regime” is definitely a square on Dystopia Bingo pic.twitter.com/3UawB3yeb4
— Gabriel Roth (@gabrielroth) June 7, 2017
— Lindsay (@LinzS84) June 7, 2017
— Andrea Hagelgans (@andreahagelgans) June 7, 2017
She only let's Mike Pence electroshock the gays on alternate days of the week. #hero
— Jenna (@RillaCuthbert) June 7, 2017
Please read my response to this piece, 'Why It Doesn't Matter, You Complicit Phony' pic.twitter.com/X1j6jHPLXB
— OhNoSheTwitnt (@OhNoSheTwitnt) June 7, 2017
Ariana Grande shows dignity and selflessness in the face terrorism, but that isn't nearly as selfless as Ivanka's inability to influence dad
— OJ Harrison5 (@OjPats4) June 7, 2017
— Amy Siskind (@Amy_Siskind) June 7, 2017