19:30 GMT20 June 2021
Listen Live
    Get short URL

    The eldest daughter of the former US president, Donald Trump, Ivanka, received her first coronavirus vaccine shot on 14 April. She did not elaborate on which vaccine she was given.

    Ivanka Trump on Wednesday tweeted that she had received a second shot of a coronavirus vaccine and urged everyone to take part in the vaccination campaign.

    "This afternoon, I gratefully received my second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. Getting fully vaccinated is the best way to end this pandemic and protect ourselves and one another", she tweeted, attaching a photo of her receiving a shot.

    She was inoculated for the first time on 14 April, signaling about it on Twitter as well and expressing gratitude to "Nurse Torres", who apparently gave her the jab.

    ​Ivanka Trump's post about getting the second shot immediately sparked reactions from netizens, with users swiftly pointing at how rarely Trump's daughter tweets now that her father is no longer a US president.

    ​Others were divided over how to comment on Ivanka Trump's vaccination: some praised her move and wished her well, while others lashed out at her, criticising her father's response to the coronavirus pandemic.

    ​Some users called on others to go easy on her, noting that her message was to urge everyone to get vaccinated.


    Report Slams WH's Women's Empowerment Initiative Promoted by Ivanka Trump
    Dennis Rodman Reveals He Once Asked Ivanka Trump Out on a Date and it Didn’t End Well
    Photos: Ivanka Trump Makes First Post-White House Appearance With Controversial Preacher
    vaccine, COVID-19, coronavirus, Donald Trump, Ivanka Trump, US
    Community standardsDiscussion