Ivanka Trump accused of 'pimping out' her kids on Twitter

Ivanka Trump faced rabid backlash online this week after sharing an image of her and her daughter Arabella "learning to code" on Twitter.

Shortly after the first daughter posted the family photo on Wednesday promoting #WomenInSTEM, Twitter users attacked the advisor to President Donald Trump, her father, for "pimping out" her children "to try to whitewash your corruption & your family's crimes."

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Other users used the photo as an opportunity to share their grievances with the first daughter's businesses. "If you really cared about families, you would speak up for the families torn apart by the arrest of the men in China re your shoes factory," a user said.

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A little over a year ago on Easter Sunday, this little chick was born and our family was complete! Happy Easter! 🐣🐰
Happy Mother's Day to my incredible mom, Ivana. And to my children, thank you for giving me the gift of motherhood. You are my inspiration! #mothersday
Straight from the plane to a date with the kids in the Dumbarton Oaks Gardens. It was an amazing trip, but it's great to be home!
Theodore caught contemplating if he'll be able to eat his body weight in birthday cake. (Postscript: he came insanely close 🎂🍼🎈🎂 #babymath #1stbirthday #cousindate
Learning to code with Arabella tonight! By supporting computer science curriculum in our schools, I hope that all children will have the opportunity to become fluent in this language of the future. #WomenInSTEM
It's hard to be away... especially when this little dude is waiting for you at home! It's good to be back!
Exploring the wonders of the @smithsonian National Museum of Natural History 🦋
New Year's Eve + Last Night of Chanukah
Epic first Monster Truck show with the kids! #MonsterJam @monsterjamlive
Marine One 🇺🇸
Sunday in Palm Beach!
After-school fun making hamentashen for Purim with Arabella and Joseph
Joseph's favorite exhibit at @amhistorymuseum was Ralph Baer's workshop, inventor of the first video game! #STEM #Smithsonian #latergram
Sunday Morning #mood
Watching Marine One land on the South Lawn
Taking a call in the White House with my personal assistant Theodore. ❤
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Such a surreal moment descending the steps of Air Force One for the first time with my family.
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Goodnight! 🐻
Blair House, DC #latergram
With my family at the inaugural interfaith prayer service at National Cathedral.
Heading to the parade! 🇺🇸 #inauguration
Arriving in Washington DC with my family. A very special moment! #MAGA #Inauguration2017
My little packing buddy!
Baby it's cold outside!
2016 has been one of the most eventful and exciting years of my life. As you close out yours, I wish you peace, joy, love and laughter. Happy New Year! #NYE
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Other comments went further, with one labeling the businesswoman a "Nazi princess" who "champions father/husband defunding library sciences, denying climate change & destroying womens healthcare."

One tweet recalled President Trump's infamous quote about dating Ivanka Trump if he wasn't related to her.

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The first daughter was also defended by some responders to the outrage. "Few things trigger a rabid leftist like the brilliant and graceful Ivanka Trump," wrote one user.

It's not the first time Ivanka Trump has faced criticism for her social activity. Just last week she received backlash after tweeting in support of LGBT Pride Month, with users criticizing her for supporting her father's "anti-LGBTQ regime."

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