“Dear Ivanka, you follow me on social media.”
This is how a plea coordinated by a slew of celebrities posted to Instagram this week starts. Amy Schumer, Chelsea Handler and model Cara Delevingne are some of the big names that participated in the "Dear Ivanka" social media campaign.
It’s aim: to draw attention to immigrant families separated at the border as a result of the first daughter's father's immigration policies.
In an interview at an event sponsored by Axios, Trump said that family separation at the border was a “low point” during her time working in her father's administration in Washington.
Some attacked her choice of words in the “Dear Ivanka” campaign.
“You said family separation was a 'low point' for you," the coordinated message continues. "The low point is for separated families. You spoke in the past tense. This crisis is ongoing."
"As of now, 572 children have not been reunited," the letter adds. "A child has died after separation. Approximately 400 parents have been deported without their children. There have been multiple claims of sexual and physical abuse in detention. There have been psychotropic drugs administered to children in detention without parental consent."
Additionally, the letter demands that Ivanka Trump to call for the resignation of Secretary Nielsen.
"These abuses have occurred on your father's watch and under the leadership of Secretary Nielsen," it ends. "End these racist, inhumane and unconscionable abuses now!"
So far, Trump has not responded to the campaign.
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