Ivanka Trump shares photo with daughter at Supreme Court

President Trump's eldest daughter shared a photo on Wednesday with her own daughter, Arabella, at the Supreme Court.

"Arabella & me at the Supreme Court today. I'm grateful for the opportunity to teach her about the judicial system in our country firsthand," Ivanka Trump wrote in her Wednesday afternoon Twitter post.

The Supreme Court heard multiple cases on Wednesday, including one resulting in a 6-2 ruling that racial testimony had led to a biased death penalty sentence.

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Since her father assumed the presidency, the first daughter has been using her social media as a window into her family life -- posting images of her family at home and around the White House.

Ivanka Trump has also used Twitter to vocalize more politically statements, such as a Tuesday call for "religious tolerance," in the wake of multiple threats against Jewish community centers across America.

Ivanka's social media use came under scrutiny last week, though, when she posted an image of her sitting at the president's Oval Office desk beside her father and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Some users reacted in opposition of her post, saying Ivanka Trump was using the White House as a "prop," while others defended the businesswoman and first family members.

Ivanka Trump and her husband, senior Trump adviser Jared Kushner, have reportedly been successful in exerting a basic level of White House influence -- at least in the case of allegedly convincing President Trump to issue an LGBT rights statement. As Ivanka balances White House and family life, she appears bent on sharing her transition to Washington, and that of her children, in a public way.

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