Ivanka Trump‘s Instagram feed is getting pretty intense.

The first daughter and White House adviser is once again being called out by celebrities and influencers she follows on Instagram in a series of “Dear Ivanka” posts. Originally started by Girlboss co-founder and CEO Sophia Amoruso in November, the campaign has seen the likes of Cara Delevingne and Olivia Wilde use their access to Trump’s eyeballs to push for reform.

This time around, Amoruso has recruited Amy Schumer and Alexa Chung — both of whom count President Trump‘s older daughter as an Instagram follower — to call on her to help end the “racist, inhumane, and unconscionable abuses” stemming from family separations. Specifically, they want her to demand that Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen resign.

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Amy Schumer and others targets Ivanka Trump in ‘Dear Ivanka’ campaign over family separations

Amy Schumer calls out Ivanka Trump about family separations in ‘Dear Ivanka’ post

Yahoo Lifestyle

Ivanka Trump‘s Instagram feed is getting pretty intense.

The first daughter and White House adviser is once again being called out by celebrities and influencers she follows on Instagram in a series of “Dear Ivanka” posts. Originally started by Girlboss co-founder and CEO Sophia Amoruso in November, the campaign has seen the likes of Cara Delevingne and Olivia Wilde use their access to Trump’s eyeballs to push for reform.

This time around, Amoruso has recruited Amy Schumer and Alexa Chung — both of whom count President Trump‘s older daughter as an Instagram follower — to call on her to help end the “racist, inhumane, and unconscionable abuses” stemming from family separations. Specifically, they want her to demand that Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen resign.

As the letter notes, Trump recently called the separation of migrant children from their parents “a low point.” But that’s not enough, Schumer, Chung, and Amoruso say.

“You spoke in past tense,” they tell Trump. “The crisis is still ongoing.”

Many fans have cheered the stars for using their influence to get Trump’s attention — “way to go, sister!” read one message — but there’s been backlash too. Some of the negative comments accused the women of wading into debates they somehow aren’t qualified to discuss, while others insisted that it’s Schumer and company, not the Trumps, who should be doing more.

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