In the latest addition of 'Us Weekly,' First Daughter Ivanka Trump landed a cover story detailing her time in the White House. Not long after the magazine promoted the story on Twitter, social media critics were quick to fire back.

Ivanka on the cover

When Donald Trump announced that he was going to run for president back in the summer of 2015, not many people took his candidacy seriously. Trump's campaign was initially viewed as a joke, in a possible stunt to gain increased ratings for his reality show. As the election moved on, Trump saw his popularity rise as he rode his momentum to a primary victory at the Republican National Convention, and eventually a general election win over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

Once it was clear that the former host of "The Apprentice" would be the next president, questions were raised as to whether or not members of his family ended up joining his team. While Trump's sons, Donald Jr. and Eric, have stayed out of official government business, son-in-law Jared Kushner has had a prominent role in the administration, with Ivanka Trump being added on as an assistant. On June 7, 'Us Weekly' revealed the cover of their latest magazine, highlighting an interview with Ivanka.

In a cover story titled "How Ivanka Trump Influences Her Father Donald Trump," the first daughter details her relationship with her father now that he's the president, while explaining how she balances her family loyalty with the areas that the two disagree.

The magazine paints a promising picture of Ivanka, which didn't go over well with some of the president's critics on social media.

Twitter reacts

Not long after 'Us Weekly' sent out their latest magazine, Twitter users who oppose the president took the time to hit back at Donald Trump, Ivanka Trump, and even the publication itself.

"Ivanka doesn't disagree w her father in any meaningful way other than how covertly to operate. She's followed the family business of grift," one tweet read.


Can you name 1 positive thing that she's done, other than profit from his 'presidency'? This article is offensive," an additional Twitter user said. "You can safely bet this story was approved by Ivanka. NB: US Weekly was just bought by the pro-Trump Natl. Enquirer," Huffington Post writer Christina Wilkie tweeted out.

"Ivanka trying a total makeover. My ?

- Ivanka Trump how about the activists in China arrested/disappeared investigating your sweat shop?" Amy Suskind wrote. The backlash continued to pour in as critics of the current administration didn't seem to buy the positive spin on Ivanka that 'Us Weekly' was trying to sell.