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Ivanka Trump, President Donald Trump’s daughter and adviser, sent her husband Jared Kushner ― also a White House adviser ― an anniversary message on Twitter on Sunday. It didn’t exactly go over well, given Kushner’s key role in the administration’s failures to control the coronavirus pandemic, which has killed more than 225,000 Americans.
The Lincoln Project, a group of never-Trump conservatives working against the president’s reelection, responded with an image of the billboards it put up in New York City’s Times Square. Kushner and his wife have threatened to sue over the billboards.
Others quickly joined in:
How many couples cannot celebrate their anniversaries because of sickness and death?
Coronavirus Cases: 8,840,775
— Marianne Zirkle (@MarianneZirkle) October 25, 2020
#Ivanka celebratory wedding anniversary tweet flooded with reminders of Times Square billboards ripping couple over COVID
“11 incredible years… with forever to go! Happy anniversary my love!”
HELPED DADDY KILL +223K AMERICANS #MOGhttps://t.co/UfKE6rioOa
— Michael O’Grady (@mog7546) October 25, 2020
The tone-deaf Ivanka decided a spiking pandemic was the perfect time to post an anniversary photo; the Times Square billboard is a much better tribute to the horror of Jared and his prairie gal pic.twitter.com/tC9mSuwFxi
— Paul Rudnick (@PaulRudnickNY) October 25, 2020
Some people don’t have forever anymore. They died due to complications of COVID-19.
Their families suffered…
but apparently “that’s their problem”, according to Jared.
… but happy anni tho, right?! pic.twitter.com/1FVA6x5uTC
— 🌊 BidenHarris2020• 🌊💙🇺🇸 (@BabbulousTimes) October 25, 2020
They’ll split you up when you go to prison.
— Dadpool 🌊 🌊🌊🌊🌊🌊🌊 (@petehasabeard) October 25, 2020
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