‘Ivanka Trump’ Thanksgiving centerpiece evokes nasty backlash, but haters missed something really big

Trump Derangement Syndrome runs amok in America and impacts every member of President Donald Trump’s family, though Ivanka Trump appears to get more than her fair share of the hate.

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Case in point, the reaction online when the first daughter’s company, Ivanka Trump HQ, shared a decorative center piece idea for the Thanksgiving dinner table on social media.

“Have no idea how to decorate your Thanksgiving table? Problem solved,” the tweet declared.

https://twitter.com/IvankaTrumpHQ/status/931303381464965122

And while the creation may be for acquired tastes only, critics jumped at the chance to ridicule Ivanka, missing the fact that she had nothing to do with it, personally.

The mocking coming from the same mean-spirited people who would gush over the center piece had it come from the House of Obama.

The tweet links to an article, “An Interior Decorator’s Thanksgiving Tablescape,” that features holiday advice from Allison Domonoske of Alli Domo Interiors, a Greenville, South Carolina based interior design company.

Domonoske is a stay-at-home mom and entrepreneur, but liberals have no interest in supporting strong independent women when they can trash the Trump family.

Hateful responses far outweighed supportive tweets, but a social media user summed things up well:

“So what if shared thanksgiving advice on Twitter. You trolls and haters need to get a life,” the tweet read.

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As for the hateful responses, here’s a generous sampling of responses and while some are even funny, the tweets show how deranged many Americans are when it comes to Trump:

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