Tuesday marks World Refugee Day where there is global observance of the millions of refugees who have been forced out of their homeland. After Ivanka Trump decided to offer her thoughts on Twitter, critics of the administration were quick to fire back.

Ivanka on Twitter

When Donald Trump kicked off his campaign for president, he did so by generating controversy when he referred to illegal immigrants from Mexico as "rapists" and "murderers." In the weeks that followed, the former host of "The Apprentice" elaborated on his views when it comes to immigration, and included his thoughts on the Middle East.

Trump took a hard-line stance on the issue, going as far as proposing a ban on incoming refugees from the Middle East as part of his plan to fight the rise and spread of Islamic terrorism. Following his shocking election win over Hillary Clinton, Trump quickly jumped at the chance to sign an executive order that restricted the entry into the United States from seven countries in the Middle East. The order, which critics dubbed the "Muslim ban," has since been overturned by multiple federal judges, leaving the White House scrambling for a way to potentially re-write the bill so it stands up in a court of law. With controversy hanging over the White House, Ivanka Trump decided to acknowledge World Refugee Day with a tweet on June 20.

Taking to her Twitter account on Tuesday night was Ivanka Trump who took time bring attention to World Refugee Day. "On World Refugee Day we remember the plight & courage of the 22 million+ refugees globally," Ivanka posted, before adding, "We must work to restore peace & end this crisis." As expected, the reaction she received following her tweet was not positive, with critics of the president pushing back at the first daughter over the irony in her remarks.

Twitter reacts

Not long after Ivanka Trump tweeted about World Refugee Day, her father's critics gave their thoughts by reminding her of the president's recent history on the subject. "I mean...yeah, you're right...but based on everything you and your dad have done...I guess...I would just say...'shut up?'" Ken Tremendous tweeted back.

"The disingenuity of your Donald Trump surrogacy is stunning, Ma'am," author Joe Papp tweeted out. "Are you serious right now?! You tweeting you care about refugees while your father is actively screwing them," another tweet went on to read.

"You're joking, right? Your father is actively trying to ban an entire religious group from entering the country," an additional Twitter user added. "How do you reconcile this comment with the oppressive policies of your administration? Are you clueless, or just have no shame?" another tweet noted. As the backlash continued, it was made clear that the opposition to Donald Trump was not going to end anytime soon.