Here we go!
Ch-ch-check out all the tweets (below):
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Donald Trump needs a serious wake up call!
On Monday, the Presidential hopeful bragged to his supporters at a North Carolina rally that his controversial campaign is resonating with women. HA!
Does anyone else remember Donald's EMPTY Women For Trump event? We certainly do.
Despite recent polls showing the Celebrity Apprentice star has a major gender gap amongst his followers, Donald seems convinced he'll secure the women vote. He stated:
Donald Trump has been getting a lot of heat for his racist, misogynistic, and downright ridiculous rantings over the course of his campaign.
But now, someone else from Trump's camp is getting in trouble for putting up with his cultural insensitivity — and that's his son-in-law Jared Kushner!
Over the weekend, the presidential hopeful tweeted a now-deleted photo which showed Hillary Clinton cropped onto a background made of hundred dollar bills — with the words "Most Corrupt Candidate Ever!" written in a six-point star.
The tweet was widely interpreted as an anti-semitic meme, but Trump's campaign brushed it off, saying the six-pointed star was supposed to be a "sheriff's star" and NOT the Star of David.
Instead of berating the incorrigible candidate for yet another insensitive tweet, Jewish New York Observer writer Dana Schwartz had Kushner — publisher of the Observer and effectively her boss — in her crosshairs!
Schwartz called out Ivanka Trump's husband, who is Jewish, to answer for the anti-Semitism of the meme, writing:
This is incredible!!
The July issue of Marie Claire Mexico focuses on Ivanka Trump, putting her on their cover (above) and getting right down to the very heart of things with a pointed request about her father, Donald Trump.
The issue contains open letters from musician Ely Guerra and journalist Dolia Estevez, but it's the letter from the editor, Daniela Von Wobeser, that really steals the show.
Coupled with the magazine cover asking Ivanka, "How long will you defend your father?", Von Wobeser's letter cuts right down to it with some very specific questions.
Read the entire thing below:
Like father, like daughter!
The businesswoman is being sued by Aquazurra for copying their "Wild Thing" tasseled sandal down to even minor details. However, it should be noted that fashion designs are not protected by copyright law, which makes it easy for knockoffs to go without being challenged in the marketplace.
That's probably why Ivanka & Co. weren't too worried when they totally copied the Aquazurra shoe!
Note the similarities between Ivanka's "Hettie" sandal on the left and the "Wild Thing" shoe on the right (below):
Is it just us or is the Trump family just ridiculous?
On Monday, Ivanka Trump took to Instagram to flaunt her golfing skills in order to promote the 2017 US Women's Open that's being held at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, NJ. While that isn't necessarily a big deal, what caught our eye is that Miz Trump was golfing in high heels.
SERIOUSLY? No one casually plays a round in stilettos.
The mother of three posted: