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Tiffany Trump visits Ivanka and family at her DC home after her she stops posting photos of her kids

Tiffany Trump, 24, visited her older sister, Ivanka, at her Washington, DC home with her family on Thursday night.

The Georgetown law student was likely getting in some quality time with her niece and nephews, who have been noticeably absent from Ivanka’s  social media posts.

The president’s oldest daughter hasn’t shared an image of her little ones since including them in a Father’s Day tribute to Jared Kushner on June 17, after receiving flack for ‘tone deaf’ posting.

It was her post from May 27, when families being separated at the US-Mexico border was at top of mind for many people, that fueled backlash against the 36-year-old mother of three.

One of the children held at a Texas immigration facility died in May after being released, due to a lung infection she caught while in federal custody.

Tiffany Trump, 24, visited her older sister, Ivanka, at her Washington, DC home with her family on Thursday night

Just over two months ago, Ivanka shared a photo cuddling with her two-year-old son, with the caption, ‘My [heart emoji].’

As she posted that, mothers were being separated from their children and placed in cages at immigration facilities.

Social media users were quick to point out the insensitivity of the post. 

Tiffany may have been there to spend quality time with her niece and nephews, who have been noticeably absent from social media for the majority of the last two months

Tiffany may have been there to spend quality time with her niece and nephews, who have been noticeably absent from social media for the majority of the last two months

Ivanka caught flack for posting this cuddled-up photo with her two-year-old son on May 27, when families being separated at the US-Mexico border was at top of mind for many people

Ivanka caught flack for posting this cuddled-up photo with her two-year-old son on May 27, when families being separated at the US-Mexico border was at top of mind for many people

Beyond the May 27 post, the president's oldest daughter hasn't shared an image of her little ones since including them in this Father's Day tribute to Jared Kushner on June 17, after receiving flack for 'tone deaf' posting

Beyond the May 27 post, the president’s oldest daughter hasn’t shared an image of her little ones since including them in this Father’s Day tribute to Jared Kushner on June 17, after receiving flack for ‘tone deaf’ posting

‘Personally I found this to be offensive when #WhereAreTheCHILDREN is on everyone’s mind!’ a Twitter user with the handle @kellyagb wrote, on May 27.

Ivanka stayed silent on the matter, until June 21, which was after President Donald Trump signed an executive order stopping the policy his administration put into effect. 

She tweeted on June 21:

‘Now that an EO has been signed ending family separation at the border, it is time to focus on swiftly and safely reuniting the families that have been separated.’

Social media users were quick to point out the insensitivity of the  earlier post on May 27

Social media users were quick to point out the insensitivity of the  earlier post on May 27

Ivanka stayed silent on the matter, until June 21, which was after President Donald Trump signed an executive order stopping the policy his administration put into effect

Ivanka stayed silent on the matter, until June 21, which was after President Donald Trump signed an executive order stopping the policy his administration put into effect

Former editor-in-chief of Glamour magazine, Cindi Lieve, joined a slew of people on Instagram who tagged Ivanka with a message begging for her to step in and call for the resignation of US Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen

Former editor-in-chief of Glamour magazine, Cindi Lieve, joined a slew of people on Instagram who tagged Ivanka with a message begging for her to step in and call for the resignation of US Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen

The calls for action to one of the president’s most trusted advisors didn’t stop there, though, as the situation has still yet to be remedied.

Former editor-in-chief of Glamour magazine, Cindi Lieve, joined  a slew of people on Instagram who tagged Ivanka with a message begging for her to step in and call for the resignation of US Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen.

‘I always assume positive intent, so please, @IvankaTrump, use your significant power here,’ Lieve wrote with the post, on August 8.

‘No, this resignation might not alter a situation the president himself backed. But it is still morally correct. Let’s keep this issue in the news, please.’ 

Senator Lindsey Graham was the latest to share a photo of one of Ivanka’s children, posting one on Wednesday.

‘Great meeting with @IvankaTrump and her daughter Arabella,’ he tweeted. ‘I appreciate all Ivanka is doing to improve the plight of women in the developing world.’

A one-year-old girl died after she caught a lung infection while being held at an immigration detention facility in Texas with her mother.

Mariee was 21 months old when she died in May, just weeks after she was released from the South Texas Family Residential Center in Dilley with mother Yazmin Juarez.

As of Monday, 497 children of the 2,600 who were separated over the last five months from their parents or guardians remained in government custody at the border, 22 of whom are aged four or younger, according to the Washington Post.

The Post reports 2,157 children have been reunited or released. 

As of Monday, 497 children of the 2,600 who were separated over the last five months from their parents or guardians remained in government custody at the border, 22 of whom are aged four or younger; Senator Lindsey Graham shared this photo with Ivanka (center) and her daughter (left) on Wednesday, praising 'all Ivanka is doing to improve the plight of women in the developing world'

As of Monday, 497 children of the 2,600 who were separated over the last five months from their parents or guardians remained in government custody at the border, 22 of whom are aged four or younger; Senator Lindsey Graham shared this photo with Ivanka (center) and her daughter (left) on Wednesday, praising ‘all Ivanka is doing to improve the plight of women in the developing world’

 

 

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