During her address at the World Assembly for Women, President Donald Trump’s daughter and adviser said that “all too often, our workplace culture fails to treat women with appropriate respect.”
Her well-intentioned comments didn’t garner a positive reaction, however, as many on Twitter pointed out her father’s history of misogyny and his often-demeaning attitude toward women. In particular, they cited the comments he made on the 2005 “Access Hollywood” bus ride with the show’s former host, Billy Bush:
— enweer mohamed (@EnweerMohamed) November 3, 2017
Maybe she can tell him the next time he says the next time he'd like to date her if she wasn't his daughter
— Iain McCowie (@IainMcCowie) November 3, 2017
That poor woman having a father who was recorded for all the world to hear bragging about sexually assaulting women. How hard would hat be?
— Linda Williams (@Looby007) November 3, 2017
— screamingcow78 (@screamingcow78) November 3, 2017
Well she should start with her Daddy
— Amy (@AmyandColin) November 3, 2017
— pussygalore (@gaynorbailey007) November 3, 2017
Tell Twitter fingers that
— Joseph Christian (@WriteYourWrongz) November 3, 2017
Unless it is my Dad....That is just Lockerroom talk and should be ignored.
— Thaddeus Arjuna (@ThaddeusArjuna) November 3, 2017
Well...except when “Daddy does it”
— Michael DeFauw (@DeFHoez) November 3, 2017
either irony is dead, or this is Ivankas cry for help
— Scarlett Thatcher (@scarletttthatch) November 3, 2017
This article originally appeared on HuffPost.