Other social media users have noted that his father has been strongly opposed to making wearing the mask mandatory and has only been spotted once. Taking on Twitter to publish the American Independence Day Ivanka published: “Please be sure and responsible for this holiday weekend.
“As we celebrate this July 4th, follow state and local guidelines to protect you and your loved ones.
“Practice proper hygiene, social estrangement and wear a mask when you are very close to others.”
He accompanied the post, which has over 7,000 retweets and comments, with an American flag emoji.
However, many other Twitter users were not impressed by indicating Ivanka’s father’s attitude towards the masks and his administration’s performance during the COVID-19 epidemic.
New York-based Alex Cole replied, “You should tell your dad.”
Fred Guttenberg, father of one of the victims of the 2018 Parkland High School massacre, agreed to publish: “Do me a favor. Save this message for your family and then GO FAR !! “
Cheri Jacobus, a Washington DC-based anti-Trump writer, admitted to commenting, “Your brother’s girlfriend has just proven positive. They don’t wear masks. Not even your idiotic father. “
President Trump was only seen wearing a mask once while visiting a Michigan factory in May.
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The president added that he would wear one if “I was in a tight situation with people.”
However, he reiterated his opposition to wearing the mandatory mask as there are “many places in the country where people remain at a great distance” from each other.
The United States has the highest number of coronavirus deaths in the world and the disease has confirmed that it has killed over 130,000 people.
The country recorded the highest number of new cases on Friday, with an additional 52,300 diagnosed.
Kimberly Guilfoyle, the daughter of Donald Trump Jr., recently tested positive for coronavirus.
The former Fox News presenter played an important role in raising funds for Trump’s reelection campaign.
However, Trump’s campaign denied that Ms. Guilfoyle had been close to the president recently while her husband tested negative.
Trump celebrated Independence Day on Saturday with a White House party while there was a military parade on the White House.
About 300,000 masks were available for spectators watching from the Washington DC mall.
However, many U.S. cities have canceled their planned celebrations amid fears that could help spread COVID-19.