Ivanka Trump was criticized on social media after expressing her support for women's rights in Afghanistan.
The first daughter, 36, shared a video of herself on Twitter and Instagram on Thursday after speaking at a conference on the empowerment of women in Afghanistan, held on Wednesday in Astana, Kazakhstan.
"Supporting women is essential for the future direction of Afghanistan," Ivanka wrote on social media. "Together, we have the opportunity to help Afghan women as they strive to realize their dreams of a peaceful and prosperous future in their country and beyond!"
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Backlash: Ivanka Trump has been criticized on social media after expressing her support for women's rights in Afghanistan
Clip: The first daughter tweeted a video of herself after speaking at a conference on the empowerment of women in Afghanistan, held on Wednesday in Astana, Kazakhstan
In the video, Ivanka confronts the camera and gives a brief address on the rights of women and their meaning, smiling in the direction of the lens.
"We know that countries do better when women can participate fully in our societies." Afghan leaders fought for a long time for basic health rights, economic and political, against the obstacles of poverty, injustice and violence, "he says.
"Supporting the empowerment of women is, therefore, fundamental to the future direction of Afghanistan.The status and disposition of women will determine whether or not Afghanistan will be a civilized member of the community of nations or whether it will be dissolved again in a repressive and brutal society like the one we saw during the Taliban regime.
"Our cooperation with Afghanistan aims to raise the voices of Afghan women who seek a full role in the life of their nation.
"Afghan women possess the skills and unlimited potential to establish a basis for peace."
Although Ivanka has self-proclaimed champion of women's rights, many thought her promotion of women's empowerment in Afghanistan was "deaf" in light of some of the moves made by the administration of Donald Trump, of which Ivanka , as a principal adviser to the White House, is a member.
Reaction: Although Ivanka has self-proclaimed champion of women's rights, many thought her promotion of women's empowerment in Afghanistan was "deaf-hued"
Comment: & # 39; Girl. You should hide now and save yourself from shame, "wrote one person." You're the last person someone wants to know now. "
"How did you find the deaf person who writes your tweets for you?" One person asked in response to Ivanka's tweet.
Someone else wrote: & # 39; Girl. You should hide now and save yourself from shame. You are the last person anyone wants to know right now.
One person mentioned the confirmation hearings in progress for Brett Kavanaugh, Trump's Supreme Court election.
"How about supporting the rights of American women over their own bodies by objecting to the appointment of Bert Kavanaugh? [sic]& # 39; That Twitter user wrote.
During his tenure as a judge, Kavanaugh, now 53, has not spoken directly about abortion, but has expressed sympathy for the legal arguments put forward by abortion advocates.
Judge: One person mentioned the confirmation hearings in progress for Brett Kavanaugh, the Trump Supreme Court election
Context: Another person referred to the Trump administration's policy of dividing families on the US-Mexico border. UU And Mexico
Last October, he was on a panel of judges that issued an order preventing a 17-year-old illegal immigrant detained in Texas by US authorities. UU Obtain an abortion immediately. That decision was overturned by the full appeals court and she aborted.
In a 2017 speech, Kavanaugh praised several opinions written by former Chief Justice William Rehnquist, including his dissent in Roe v. Wade.
Another person referred to the Trump administration's policy of dividing families on the border between the United States and Mexico, which resulted in more than 2,600 children separated from their parents or caregivers earlier this year.
& # 39; Why do not you put your energy and your voice to recompose to the families that dad broke up? & # 39; someone wrote on Twitter, and added: "You're so hypocritical and your days are numbered … start packing and look for another job, hopefully in another country."
As of last week, 497 children were separated from their families and 2,157 had met with them or had been released, according to the Washington Post.
#MeToo: Someone mentioned at least 16 women who accused President Trump of sexual harassment
Sketch: One person made reference to an SNL sketch in which Scarlett Johansson accused Ivanka of being an "accomplice" of her father's actions
"Sorry": someone told Ivanka that he seems to be "all about panels and discussions".
Title: Several people made fun of Ivanka by tweeting the word & # 39; employee & # 39; in it after it was reported that Ivanka had had a fight with Steve Bannon after calling her that.
Reference: The tweets from & # 39; staffer & # 39; They came in reference to a report by Bob Woodward in his new book about Trump's White House, entitled Fear: Trump in the White House
Someone mentioned the at least 16 women who accused President Trump of sexual harassment.
& # 39; What if you empower your father's accusers? #metoo right? That person wrote.
One person mentioned a SNL satire dating from March 2017, in which Scarlett Johansson accused Ivanka of being an "accomplice" of her father's actions.
That Twitter user shared a screenshot of Scarlett in the sketch, which was a parody of a fragrance commercial, along with the words: "Bye Ivanka."
Several people made fun of Ivanka by tweeting the word & # 39; employee & # 39 ;.
This was in reference to a report made by Bob Woodward in his new book about the Trump White House, titled Fear: Trump in the White House.
Brand: Another person raised Ivanka's clothing company, which closed in July
According to Woodward, Ivanka once had a shouting match with then-counselor Steve Bannon, 64, after he said, "You're a fucking staff member!"
Ivanka, according to Woodward's book, replied: "I'm not an employee! … I'll never be a staff member, I'm the first daughter and I'm never going to be a staff member."
Another person raised Ivanka's clothing company, which closed in July of this year.
His company had been criticized for manufacturing its products in Chinese factories, for the conditions in those factories and for receiving commercial brands from foreign governments such as China who wanted to ingratiate themselves with the president.
"Good afternoon Ivanka, principal advisor of whatever and I'm not a staff member, I'm the first daughter," wrote the Twitter user.
You had women making clothes and shoes for peanuts in China, you seem to support the way of separating children [sic] His parents. for your silence on the subject. Have you learned the definition of accomplice?