Several Twitter users are urging the senate to investigate Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka Trump.

The president of the United States called for the investigation of Hunter Biden for getting paid $83,000 a month, an amount which is 10 times as much as what a board member of ExxonMobile makes. The POTUS added that he also made a fortune from China but zero before Joe Biden became the vice president.

However,  many reacted to the POTUS’ post and it backfired as Twitters users wanted the senate to have his daughter Ivanka and son-in-law Jared be investigated for the same concern he is accusing Hunter.

“You’re embarrassing yourself. If you wanna investigate corruption, start with the $82 million Ivanka and Jared made in your swamp of a White House,” one social media user commented.

A different netizen questioned Donald’s move and even asked if he would also investigate his daughter and himself because they are a “seriously corrupt family.”

Cheri also asked why Donald waited for 2.5 years after Biden announced his candidacy before he decided to investigate him. The same user questioned the president for using his political influence to get the first daughter a job at the White House even if she is not qualified and could not obtain a security clearance. She even called the POTUS “not authentic” and “hypocrite.”

Several users also questioned Ivanka’s qualifications, saying that she’s not qualified to represent the country. Valerie Migliore stressed Ivanka’s lack of experience in governmental activities. Another user called Ivanka a “joke” due to her lack of experience in the political arena and how her father just gave her the job she has now. The same netizen used the hashtags “#nepotismbarbie,” “#ImpeachDonaldTrumpNOW” and “#impeachIvankaTrumpNOW.”

Many were also not impressed when Ivanka boasted about the new 266,000 jobs in November. According to one, it was not an accomplishment because those were low-paying jobs with zero benefits and were only available for the holidays.

Ivanka Trump In this photo, Ivanka Trump attends an event where U.S. President Donald Trump spoke at the White House promoting the administration's efforts to decrease federal regulations Dec. 14, 2017, in Washington, D.C. Photo: Getty Images / Win McNamee