President Trump’s eldest daughter, Ivanka, just received tragic news. The Trump family is devastated and wondering how this will play out.
On Father’s Day, Ivanka tweeted a heartwarming message to her father and included a photo from his campaign announcement four years ago. Now, a left-leaning ‘watchdog’ group has filed an ethics complaint against her.
“I introduced my father @realDonaldTrump when he launched a Campaign that would forever change America. Because of his courage, Americans are safer and more prosperous…and the best is yet to come! Happy Father’s Day,” she tweeted.
The photo she tweeted shows a large ‘Make American Great Again!’ sign with her parents standing in the background as she claps. The liberal group, known as Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW), is claiming her action violates the Hatch Act.
“While on duty or in the workplace, employees may not: wear, display, or distribute items with the slogan ‘Make America Great Again’ or any other materials from President Trump’s 2016 or 2020 campaigns,” wrote CREW in their complaint.
The Hatch Act exists to prevent political activity by federal workers using government resources, but CREW’s claim is absurd. Ivanka sent an innocent tweet honoring her father and reflecting on a special memory. That’s it. CREW won’t be successful in their challenge.
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