Liberal critics FREAKING OUT over Ivanka Trump filling in for her father at G20

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Liberal critics, commentators, and pundits went into an internet rage on Saturday after a photo revealed first daughter Ivanka Trump briefly stepping in to take her father’s seat during a Group of 20 summit meeting in Hamburg, Germany.

While cabinet officials are typically the designated replacements for a president during sessions when a stand-in is needed, Ivanka, who is an official unpaid adviser to the president, took his place instead.

She sat next to the likes of British Prime Minister Theresa May, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping.

In response to the photo, which was posted by a Russian official present at the meeting, a White House official responded: “Ivanka was sitting in the back and then briefly joined the main table when the president had to step out.”

The White House further commented that the meeting was relative to the women’s economic development initiative with the World Bank. Ivanka is known to be strong advocate for this initiative.

Despite the likelihood of her credibility to temporarily fill in for her father, liberal critics immediately went on a tyrannical crusade against the first daughter for even daring to take a seat at the coveted table.

Many of the critics voiced their disdain on Twitter:

Not all reaction was entirely negative. Ivanka did receive some defense for her temporary fulfillment at the table, including from her own brother:

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