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Ivanka Trump has not posted photos of her children to
her social media accounts in more than two
months.

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  • Ivanka
    Trump
    was criticized for sharing photos of herself and her
    children on social media amid reports of migrant children being
    separated from their parents at the United States’ border with
    Mexico. 
  • Trump stayed silent on the issue until June 21, when
    her father signed an executive order to end the separation
    policy. 
  • “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,” she
    tweeted
  • She hasn’t posted a photo of her children since May
    27. 

It’s been just over two months since Ivanka
Trump
 last posted a photo of her kids on social media,
and it likely shows she’s listening to her critics. 

On May 27, the president’s daughter came under fire after
she posted a photo of herself cuddling her two-year-old son amid
news reports of children being taken from their mothers at the
United States’ border with Mexico. 

Her photo was accused of being “tone deaf.”

“Personally I found this to be offensive when #WhereAreTheCHILDREN
is on everyone’s mind!” one Twitter user wrote

Others begged her to take action after remaining silent on the
issue:

“IVANKA!!! DO SOMETHING!!! Make him STOP. Would you want your
child in a cage, separated from you when you’re seeking safety
for them?!?!? Are you paying attention????” another wrote on

Instagram.

Trump has not posted a photo of her children since then. 

It wasn’t until
June 21
that Ivanka Trump finally broke her silence on the
border crisis. It was the same day that President Donald Trump

signed an executive order
that he said would end the
separation of migrant families at the US-Mexico border.

“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,” she tweeted at
the time. 

President Trump
told Republican lawmakers
that his daughter had encouraged
him to address the issue. 

“Ivanka feels very strongly,” he said in June. “I think anybody
with a heart would feel very strongly about it. We don’t like
to see families separated.”

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