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President Donald Trump and Ivanka Trump attend 'The Trump Card: Playing to Win in Work and Life' book launch celebration at Trump Tower in New York City, Oct. 14, 2009. Getty Images

The June 2017 cover of US Weekly Magazine featured Ivanka Trump and an inset of her father Donald Tump with ‘Ivanka takes a stand: Why I disagree with my dad’, as the headline. "Balancing her personal ideals with love and loyalty to her father, the president’s daughter will always fight for what she believes in," a short description on the magazine cover read. But the headline caught on and soon the "Why I disagree with my dad" phrase became an online sensation.

Even though the article has no direct quotes from the president’s daughter and just quotes ‘a source close’ to her, Trump critics have already started asking how she was taking a stand while being an employee of the White House. "Sometimes she and Jared are a big influence on Donald and sometimes he takes other opinions into account and does something they disagree with," an insider source reportedly revealed to the magazine. "They win some and they lose some."

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But this is not the first blazing pro-Ivanka media coverage. Vanity Fair published articles that distanced Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner from controversies. The New York Times quoted her and her team on their goal to influence her father’s propaganda and agendas and went as far as to report Ivanka had cried when the president refused to apologize for bragging about sexual assault on tape revealed by Access Hollywood.

The Us Weekly Magazine article would have been a great clean up drive after the Paris accord fiasco. The magazine has a readership of almost 2 million and would have helped revive the white female support base for the father-daughter duo. But twitter exploded with tweets and memes on the "Why I disagree with my dad" phrase. Ivanka Trump is being roasted by trolls since the online teaser of the magazine was published online:

Ivanka Trump's brand seems to be in trouble as well. Her fashion brand tried to steer clear off a Chinese manufacturer that is being scrutinized. Activists from China Labor Watch, a New York based non-profit organization, were detained while they were investigating labor conditions at the factories. Abigail Klem, the brand’s president, released a statement on Wednesday stating Ivanka Trump shoes have not been manufactured at the said facility, belonging to the Huajian Group where the alleged labor abuse took place, since March. “Our licensee works with many footwear production factories and all factories are required to operate within strict social compliance regulations," she added.

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Li Qiang, the executive director of China Labor Watch claimed investigators have found a schedule for a pending April consignment of 1,000 pairs of Ivanka Trump shoes and found Ivanka’s merchandise throughout March, April and May.

"China Labor Watch expects you, as an assistant to the president and an advocate for women's rights, to urge your brand's supplier factories to improve their conditions," Li wrote in a letter to Ivanka. "Your words and deeds can make a difference in these factory workers' lives."