The female-empowering #Challenge Accepted is trending on social media for all the right reasons. Women are offering shoutouts to each other and empowering females they know in their life while posting a black-and-white photograph of themselves.

The U.S. President Donald Trump’s first daughter, Ivanka Trump, also joined the movement by posting a black-and-white picture of herself from the time of one of her pregnancies.

“#ChalleneAccepted. Gratitude for the sisterhood — the women who have held me up and pushed me forward!” she wrote on Tuesday, in one of her social media posts. “Each day brings countless opportunities, large and small, to spread light and uplift those around us. Let’s be kind to each other.”

Ivanka, 38, did not know that joining the movement will draw flak from the female community who are appreciating other women. Ivanka has always tactfully stood behind in support of her father, who himself as a particularly misogynistic image. The POTUS has publicly called women holding certain positions crazy and whatnot.

“You already know if Ivanka Trump is doing this (Women Supporting Women) challenge that you should not be . . . girls, get it together,” said one of the Twitter users in response to Ivanka’s post.

Trump has been publicly seen calling House Speaker Nancy Pelosi “crazy,” Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren as “Pocahontas” and African-American California congressman Maxine Waters as “low-IQ.”

This is just not it. In July 2019, Trump passed remarks for a group of four freshmen minority congresswomen.

“Why don’t they go back and help fix the totally broken and crime-infested places from which they came?” he had said at the time.

The group comprised of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Rashida Tlaib, Ayanna Pressley and Ilhan Omar. While Omar was born in Somalia before she emigrated to the U.S. when young, the other three born in the U.S. and even that did not stop Trump from passing comments.

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