Fashion icon Kate Spade, 55, was found dead in her New York apartment on Tuesday, and her death was ruled a suicide.
Thousands of people mourned Spade's death and paid tribute to her legacy, including Ivanka Trump.
"Kate Spade’s tragic passing is a painful reminder, we never truly know another’s pain or the burden they carry. If you are struggling with depression and contemplating suicide, please, please seek help." Trump tweeted.
Kate Spade’s tragic passing is a painful reminder that we never truly know another’s pain or the burden they carry.… https://t.co/thqy9nbXeU— Ivanka Trump (@Ivanka Trump)1528219355.0
However, Trump's tweet was met with skepticism and comedian Kathy Griffin called her out on Twitter for being all talk, and no action.
"You're all talk feckless ... You're all talk," Griffin tweeted. Spade's death brought attention to a larger issue of mental health in America. President Donald Trump's 2019 budge massively cuts mental health spending by 21 percent, according to Mental Health America.