She saidtech in education was part of her “White House portfolio,” a comment that didn’t go over well online, given that she has no expertise in either tech or education.
Perhaps Ivanka can teach kids how to re-route their emails so that they won't be discovered. Also, why does she have a security clearance?https://t.co/KGIVyBzss6
— Ted Lieu (@tedlieu) October 5, 2017
Will she teach them on visiting day at prison?
— Liza Reich (@Lizaland) October 5, 2017
I didn't realize she was an expert on early childhood education. She might want to study the impact of parental incarceration on kids.
— Liz (@teagueeee) October 5, 2017
It's simple. Ivanka is a big proponent of child labor and she and Jared are clearly looking for a tech savvy 6 yr old to encrypt their email
— Dennis Annastas (@nymeatbrick) October 4, 2017
I assume so billionaire* heiresses learn at a young age that the DA can access their grifting emailshttps://t.co/jg1Z35M2NW
— Zev Karlin-Neumann (@zkarlinn) October 4, 2017
She is no role model for children. Would be felons don't get to give parental advice.
— Jeanie (@jeanie31199) October 5, 2017
At 4 years, my granddaughter knew how to use a touch screen w/ Windows 10 to open videos she was allowed to watch. Tell Ivanka it's a thing.
— Dave Warren (@ASonofKansas) October 5, 2017
Is she also in favor of keeping those same kids insured via CHIP? Cause I've heard crickets from the "senior White House" advisor on that.
— Rebecca Butterfield (@rcbutter1) October 5, 2017
Tech? She makes a living choosing clothing designs to stamp her unique name on.
— Mark Hamann (@KI7BDA) October 5, 2017
This article originally appeared on HuffPost.