Ivanka Trump Pride Month tweet sparks outrage

Ivanka Trump is being called out on social media after tweeting about LGBTQ Pride Month.

President Trump's daughter tweeted, "Logging back on after Shavuot, wishing everyone a joyful #Pride2017. This month we celebrate and honor the LGBTQ community. I am proud to support my LGBTQ friends and the LGBTQ Americans who have made immense contributions to our society and economy."

Many on social media criticized her words. Some questioned if she was even telling the truth.

Social reactions to Ivanka Trumps LGBTQ tweet:

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Surprise us. Start proving it. https://t.co/HjUP1147O2
Say what you will about this administration, but this is a mark of progress https://t.co/oTTZTOgSWY
Endorsing a regime that would roll back LGBTQ civil rights is NOT support. You actively disenfranchised the commun… https://t.co/hgzBjUqyfS
Contributions to economy shouldn't even be mentioned when talking about decency and wellbeing of entire group of pe… https://t.co/0tWAMN6neb
Unless we're POC. Or need healthcare. Or want to stay in our jobs or use a public bathroom. Or want a world not wre… https://t.co/U09DHZ5ZkI
You know who has also made immense contributions to our society and economy? Immigrants. But your dad's deporting t… https://t.co/AzNWQMBQc3
Appreciate the gesture, but it would be really lovely if your father @POTUS @realDonaldTrump wouldn't have blatantl… https://t.co/YDLZJ7cAZA
.@IvankaTrump Thank you - genuinely. I hope the President shares ur views & will support openly transgender militar… https://t.co/4vnCk1J6RV
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One Twitter user wrote, "Name one Ivanka. I doubt you have any LGBTQ friends."

Some suggested she should direct her words elsewhere. Another person wrote, "Tweet at your Dad, please."

There were a few people who supported the mother of three, like the user who said: "God bless you Ivanka. Praying for the sweet LGBTQ community. May they feel God's sweet peace at all times."

Despite her well-wishes, her father has remained silent.

It's unclear whether he will issue a presidential proclamation declaring June as Pride Month, as former President Obama did during each year of his presidency.

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