Ivanka Trump posts photo of mail from 'fans' who may not exist. Twitter addresses the issue.

Ivanka Trump posts photo of mail from 'fans' who may not exist. Twitter addresses the issue.
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Yesterday, Ivanka Trump posted this photo on Twitter of her posing with a very suspicious-looking pile of "fan" mail.

"Overjoyed by these beautiful letters," the President's "advisor" wrote. "Reading them is one of the highlights of my week."

Judging from these letters, Ivanka's "fans" are: (A) Children. (B) Adult Trump supporters. (C) Her father, or (D) not even a little bit real.

Answer: We can't confirm but are strongly leaning towards (C).

Some agree:

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While others are leaning towards (D): these fans are FAKE AF.

But whether these kids are real people or fake news, one thing is factual: Ivanka Trump just got her ass handed to her on Twitter.

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Everyone's focusing on one detail in the photo of the "letters" from "fans" that's particularly symbolic of the Trump family "values":

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Others asked the questions we're all asking:

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And though Ivanka Trump's "fans" may very well be a figment of the Trump family's deluded imagination, former Trump advisor Kal Penn shared his own, very real, letter of resignation:

Good work as usual, Twitter.

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