Even the White House doesn't know what Ivanka Trump does




Another day, another opportunity for the internet to troll the Trump family.

President Donald Trump's daughter Ivanka has been intensely involved in her father's presidency, while First Lady Melania has been pretty absent while living in New York. It's unclear exactly what Ivanka's role is, and apparently, the White House is as confused as the rest of the nation. 

Ivanka shared a photo of herself sitting at a table in the Roosevelt Room at the White House on Wednesday. The meeting was about human trafficking, and each person at the table had their own name tag with their respective title below. Dorsey Shaw quickly noted thank Ivanka's title was unfortunately absent. 

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It's not very clear in the photo tweeted from Ivanka, but if you zoom in on a high resolution press photo, Ivanka's title is blank.

Image: AFP/Getty Images

The usual suspects on the internet were quick to poke fun and Photoshop the slip up.

Dwight would not stand for this.

To be fair, Ivanka's official title is "assistant to the president."

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