Ivanka Trump, who is also a senior adviser to the U.S. President Donald Trump apart from being his daughter, has been brutally criticized by netizens over her post on Instagram with husband Jared Kushner.

In the picture, Ivanka can be seen sitting right next to her husband in a $5,000 molten silver Carolina Herrera ball gown at a dinner in Alfalfa Club. The picture was reportedly taken just a week after her father was sworn into office as the POTUS.

Even though Ivanka’s dress did grab some attention, it was the timing of posting this picture on Instagram that angered people.

The photo was posted on January 28, 2017, the same day when his father signed an executive order to ban immigrants from several Muslim-majority countries. While his father’s decision triggered protests around the world, forcing their governments to take a stance on the matter, Ivanka seemed to have enjoyed the evening with her husband that day.

Moreover, Netizens are more baffled over the fact that it was Friday evening, the evening of Sabbath. Both Ivanka and Kushner are Orthodox Jews who observe Sabbath, which is a day of rest for Jews and certain Christian communities. The Sabbath starts Friday evening just before sunset and ends Saturday evening until sundown.

During Sabbath, people stay away from the use of devices such as mobiles and computers and also do not maintain any external communication with anyone. Therefore, it is much likely that Ivanka may have been completely clueless about the unrest that the signing of the executive order may have caused.

However, people argue that the company that manages her public relations and social media posts must have known that too but they still did post the picture.

Therefore, the president’s first daughter was brutally trolled for enjoying the evening amid unrest, chaos and uncertainty that the signing of the executive order caused around the world.

One of the sources told the media outlet that following the uproar, Ivanka felt terrible and did not want something like this to happen again. The photo was, however, not deleted from her Instagram even after the criticism.

This was counted as one of the first blunders committed by Ivanka following the day her father took over the presidency from Barack Obama after beating Hillary Clinton in the elections.

IVANKA TRUMP Founder and CEO of Ivanka Trump Collection and Executive Vice President of Development and Acquisitions of The Trump Organization Ivanka Trump speaks onstage during Fortune's Most Powerful Women Summit - Day 3 at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel on October 14, 2015 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Paul Morigi/Getty Images for Fortune/Time Inc)