Donald Trump’s birthday wishes were a bit of a nightmare for some people on Friday.
Trump’s birthday wish for his daughter, Ivanka, was the subject of some criticism on social media.
It was widely reported that Ivanka wished that she had had a more “normal” birthday.
In a tweet, the president-elect’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, said he would have a “nice birthday” and wished Ivanka “a great birthday.”
Jared Kushner has said Ivanka would have had a better birthday than her father.
But, according to the New York Times, that is not the case.
In fact, Ivanka would not have had the birthday she had for her mother.
Ivanka would have been “much happier if she had the wish fulfilled,” Trump’s eldest daughter told the newspaper.
Ivankas birthday was a surprise to many of her close family members.
Her mother, Ivanka Trump, had previously said that her daughter would have more than a normal birthday, and she said she had a lot of fun with her family celebrating her birthday.
Ivanks mother told reporters that Ivanka would “have a great birthday,” and would have an “extraordinary day” with her mother-in.
She said she was “looking forward to it.”
Ivanka Trump, who is also the president of her own business, also tweeted that she would “miss her parents” birthday party and called the event “a lot of effort.”
Ivankos birthday was also met with mixed reviews from people who were hoping to see the family get a little more special.
Many were not happy that Ivanka did not celebrate her mother’s birthday.
Trump said he did not care what people thought, but he was upset that the family didn’t celebrate his daughter’s birthday, the Times reported.
The president-election hopeful also shared a birthday wish from his daughter Ivanka, which was a “very, very nice birthday.”
Ivanks birthday is not “a typical birthday,” Ivanka tweeted.
“I am so proud of her and her great spirit.”
She added, “I will miss having a great party!”
The president’s son has been a major presence in the White House, leading an effort to get Congress to pass legislation that would ban transgender people from using the restroom that corresponds with their gender identity.
The law, which has bipartisan support, is expected to go to President Donald Trump, but the Republican-controlled Congress has blocked it, saying it would impose a “social engineering agenda” on the U.S.A.