Ivanka Trump complains she is working to lift women up -- but people are not buying it
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Taking to Twitter, Ivanka Trump took umbrage at a report that a Washington D.C. art gallery exhibited an installation that had featured a doppelganger of her vacuuming while patrons were urged to toss crumbs for her to clean up -- much like she does for her father, Donald Trump when he messes up.


According to Ivanka, who works as a White House adviser to her dad -- it was an attack by women on a woman -- meaning her self.

Tweeting a link to the story, she wrote: "Women can choose to knock each other down or build each other up. I choose the latter."

Mindful of how she has defended -- or ignored -- her father's comments about women and her history of manufacturing her branded fashion goods in Chinese sweatshops, Twitter users fired back.

You can see an assortment of tweets below.