Ivanka Trump was torched over a Tweet that was posted on Memorial Day because many don't think she's "getting it." The first daughter has been accused of being tone-deaf in the past for her social media posts, but another one seen on Twitter Monday drew a similar response.

Ivanka clueless?

In January, Ivanka posted a photo of she and husband Jared Kushner posing in their formal evening wear for date night. It just so happened to be the same weekend that Donald Trump signed an executive order banning immigrants from seven predominantly Muslim countries from entering the United States.

The image she put on Instagram drew quick criticism, with users calling her tone-deaf. While pandemonium in the nation and abroad was breaking out over the executive order, Ivanka Trump was seemingly unaffected.

On Memorial Day, the Twitter account for Ivanka Trump HQ posted a tweet that read, "Make champagne popsicles this #MemorialDay," and a link to her business blog was included. The blog has a host of other party ideas, as well as barbecue and picnic topics.

The comments came swiftly -- many of them negative. One user blasted Ivanka for not understanding what Memorial Day is all about.

Another recognized that it was Ivanka's brand that tweeted the controversial message, but it was still perceived as "incredibly tone-deaf." Someone skewered Ivanka Trump HQ for promoting champagne popsicles on a holiday that acknowledges soldiers that died on the battlefield, adding that it was "heartless" and "callous."

While a lot felt that the tweet was insensitive, Ivanka posted a tribute on her personal account to the men and women who've served in the armed forces.

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She thanked all of those who've lost their lives protecting America's "freedom." In the end, she was mindful of remembering those who made the ultimate sacrifice.

Ivanka and Jared may move back to NYC

Ivanka and her husband may move back to New York City, an option they will weigh every six months. Kushner is a person of interest in the FBI's investigation on the Trump-Russian probe.

Kushner allegedly asked Russian ambassador to the U.S., Sergey Kislyak, about setting up a back-channel for the Kremlin and the Trump campaign to communicate at Trump Tower -- on or around December 1.

Do you think the tweet posted on the Ivanka Trump HQ Monday was insensitive? The tweet was probably intended as a tip for family gatherings on Memorial Day, and had nothing to do with minimizing what Memorial Day is all about.