Ivanka Trump – first daughter, heiress, White House advisor and person who has worked for her father almost all of her adult life – has some serious problems And they eat cakes Vibes with their new initiative, which focuses on the slogan “Find Something New”.
While Marie Antoinette, the oldest Trump daughter at 100 percent, most likely didn’t really say “let her eat cake,” she really released the new slogan amid a terrible economy and a global pandemic that was miserably abused in the United States.
The Find Something New initiative is apparently intended to help jobseekers find a new career path. After all, unemployment is 1
“This initiative is about questioning the idea that the traditional 2- and 4-year-old college is the only way to acquire the skills needed to secure a job,” Trump wrote himself on Twitter. “This work has never been so urgent.”
I suggest you visit https://t.co/dRZMdZyON4.
This initiative is about questioning the idea that traditional 2- and 4-year-old college is the only way to acquire the skills needed to secure a job.
This work has never been so urgent. https://t.co/S74NXLMzRg
– Ivanka Trump (@IvankaTrump), July 14, 2020
Of course, if you urge Americans to find #FindSomethingNew while the country is closed, medical bills are piling up and the companies that stop doing business left and right feel … numb … to many people. It’s hard to believe that finding something new is easy because more than 135,000 Americans have died from COVID-19 and the infections are at an all-time high.
So it makes sense that the internet’s reaction to Trump’s new slogan wasn’t exactly warm.
“Find something new” is Javanese for “Let them eat cake”.
– Rick Wilson (@TheRickWilson), July 14, 2020
Holy shit, that can’t be real. 😂
Yes, all slackers who lost their jobs because Trump botched the pandemic: #FindSomethingNew!
The White House campaign calls on the unemployed to find something new. Http://t.co/AJFBEZuP6T
– Holly Figueroa O’Reilly (@AynRandPaulRyan), July 14, 2020
I suspect many Americans will be #FindSomethingNew this November, including a president who won’t put his spoiled princess in a government job
– Oliver Willis (@owillis), July 14, 2020