Ivanka Trump trolled over Father's Day gift guide tweet

Ivanka Trump's Father's Day gift guide backfired big time over the weekend.

Ivanka Trump HQ innocently tweeted the brand's picks for Father's Day gifts on Twitter, saying, "Whether a football lover or a coffee aficionado, these picks will please every dad."

Soon after posting the message Twitter users trolled the first daughter over her gift ideas. User @paradisedicey2 wrote, "What will please my dad is not losing health insurance!" Another user called @ezradf said, "My dad wanted a clean environment without rising sea levels or record high temps. I wish that had been one of your gifts."

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@IvankaTrumpHQ What will please my dad is not losing health insurance, have your poor excuse of a dad work on that
@paradisedicey2 @IvankaTrumpHQ Maybe her father will stop obstruction of justice thereby giving the country a gift… https://t.co/uTvGQNO4HT
@BusinessMODERN @paradisedicey2 @IvankaTrumpHQ Ahhh, let him keep tweeting until he slips up and gets himself in ev… https://t.co/LU83BVhRHC
@253lars @BusinessMODERN @paradisedicey2 @IvankaTrumpHQ LOCK THEM ALL UP! https://t.co/NMrbBqMMCf
@IvankaTrumpHQ What's a good gift for a dad who's heading to prison soon? Asking for a friend... #ComeyWeek
@IvankaTrumpHQ "covfefe afficianado"
@IvankaTrumpHQ Good gift for your father: a rubber room. Stop tweeting this crap and be a better advisor
@IvankaTrumpHQ Do you have electric fences to keep people out of the bushes? https://t.co/IRMMhCOkxZ
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Others gave suggestions referencing former FBI Director James Comey's testimony.

"What's a good gift for a dad who's heading to prison soon? Asking for a friend," wrote @tunedhuman.

"'Matching orange jumpsuits for father-in-law/son-in-law duos should for sure be on this list," said another.

The gift guide includes a $250 coffee maker, a $117 set of grooming products and a $325 briefcase.

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