Like her husband Jared Kushner, First Daughter Ivanka Trump was exposed for using a private email account to communicate with members of Donald Trump's administration. Once the news broke, critics of the president were quick to point out the irony across social media.

Ivanka's email trouble

One of the biggest talking points used by Republicans against Hillary Clinton during the 2016 presidential election was her use of a private email server during her time as Secretary of State. Clinton admitted that she was in the wrong for doing so, and several investigations found nothing technically illegal on the server.

However, that didn't stop Donald Trump, the GOP, and the right-wing media from highlighting the issue, which was one of Clinton's downfalls in losing the election to the former host of "The Apprentice" last November. The email issue raised its ugly head once again earlier this month when Clinton released her book titled "What Happened?" summing up her feelings about her lost to Trump. While Trump and company took time to hit back at Clinton, with attention paid to her email scandal, a new report exposes trouble within the current White House. According to The Hill on September 25, Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner have both been using private email accounts to conduct government business.

In the report from The Hill on Monday, American Oversight were able to obtain official documents via the Freedom of Information Act that showed Ivanka Trump using her personal email for communication with Linda McMahon, head of the Small Business Administration.

In the documents, Ivanka contacted McMahon in an attempt to "explore opportunities to collaborate" together with the new "women's entrepreneurship." While the emails were exchanged weeks before Ivanka became a official member of the administration, she had taken part in several "high-level meetings" in the White House at that time.

The news comes just one day after Politico reported that Ivanka Trump's husband, Jared Kushner, used his own private email to plan future administration events with former White House officials in Steven Bannon and Reince Priebus.

As of press time, neither Ivanka or Kushner have made public comments.

Twitter reacts

In response to the news about Ivanka Trump using a personal email server to speak to officials in the administration, critics wasted no time lashing out. "OK media & GOP: expect you to go after @IvankaTrump as hard as you went after HRC over emails. When do the hearings begin? Signed AMERICA," one tweet read.

"Ivanka Trump used her personal e-mail to send the President tons of emails that read "Daddy, I want an Oompa Loompa,'" filmmaker Jermy Newberger tweeted.

"Using personal emails for government business seems to be a trend in the #Trump administration," the official American Oversight Twitter account posted.

"I'm sure there's a perfectly reasonable explanation for Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump using private emails, like that they're criminals," another tweet added. "Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump both used private emails for government business, but it's okay because they weren't wearing pantsuits," yet another tweet noted. The backlash continued as those who oppose Donald Trump had a field day with the news.