STATE DEPARTMENT DELETES POST MARKETING IVANKA TRUMP'S BORING AND POORLY-REVIEWED NEW BOOK AFTER
Ivanka Trump posted a tweet promoting her new book about women in the work place
The First Daughter in the tweet, thanked her sisters Tiffany and Leah (pictured) for buying a copy
A day after the tweet, a division in the State Department retweeted her post
It then deleted it, after Twitter users slammed it for marketing the First Daughter's business interests.
Here are some of the criticism that followed shortly after the State Department's tweet, with one social media user, Patti McBride, citing a governmental law which prohibits those in public office from using their position for financial gain
“Women Who Work” contains meaningless gibberish: “All women benefit immeasurably by architecting their lives” and some of her inspirational quotes you can find online if you just Google Inspirational quotes.
Her words of encouragement are so vague, just empty. “We must fight for ourselves, for our rights not just as workers but also as women,” Ivanka writes, and, elsewhere, “Honor yourself by exploring the kind of life you deserve.”
It seems the audience for the book live in LaLa Land is so pointless that Ivanka proudly calls paying bills and buying groceries “not enormously impactful” to one’s daily productivity.
While she mentioned her nannies twice she did not write anything about other house hold help.
On the second-to-last page of the book she briefly mentions the need for paid leave and affordable childcare.
The book is particularly boring, it's total self-aggrandizement of Ivanka Trump.