Ivanka Trump became the subject of internet trolls for attempting to quote Albert Einstein in her tweet posted on June 23, 2013. While there is nothing wrong with quoting a famous personality, the presidential daughter may have got the wrong facts for her Sunday inspiration.

Four years later, a representative of the Albert Einstein estate replied to Ivanka Trump to inform her that the popular physicist is not the author of the said quotation.

The account even attached a reference of Albert Einstein's sayings and wrote, "We can confirm that Albert Einstein never said this quote."

The internet trolls Ivanka Trump

The presidential daughter, on the other hand, refused to comment on the correction and has remained tight-lipped on social media. As expected, the internet was quick to respond to Ivanka Trump's misquotation of the physicist. Some of them made fun of her by coming up with their made-up quotations, while others labeled the presidential daughter "ignorant" among other derogatory nicknames.

While everyone was attacking the presidential daughter for a social media post she wrote four years ago, Ivanka Trump was photographed all smiles while leaving their family home on Monday.

But before she stepped out for yet another manic Monday, the mother of three shared an adorable photo of her kids Arabella (6) and Theodore (1). "Good way to start the day," she captioned the post.

Kushner addresses Russian meetings

Ivanka Trump's husband, jared kushner, is currently in hot water for meeting with Russians in the wake of the presidential campaigns last year.

The presidential son-in-law, who was a member of Donald Trump's campaign team, confirmed his presence when Donald Trump Jr. met with Atty. Natalia Veselnitskaya in June 2016.

Speaking from the White House on Monday, Jared Kushner denied that he colluded with Russia during the 2016 U.S. elections. "I do not know of anyone else," he said as cited by CNN.

His recent remarks support the statement he submitted to confirm his attendance during the meeting.

He, however, clarified that there was nothing "improper" about the meeting with Russia. Jared Kushner also denied that he relied upon them to "finance [his] business activities in the private sector." The senior adviser is hopeful to see the end of this controversy after giving his statements.

"I have tried to be fully transparent with regard to the filing of my SF-86 form, above and beyond what is required. Hopefully, this puts these matters to rest," he added.