Ivanka Trump Mysteriously Tweeted 'Thank You, Mr. President' and People Have Ideas What She's So Thankful For

President Donald Trump delivers remarks Ivanka Trump looks on inside the State Dining Room on March 6, 2019 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Tom Brenner/Getty Images)

The day after Nancy Pelosi announced a formal impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump, Senior White House advisor Ivanka Trump decided to show her support -- and apparently her thanks -- for her father with a bizarrely vague tweet,

Posting a photo of her father, Ivanka captioned it simply:


"Thank you, Mr. President!"

The photo was from the inauguration in January of 2017.

The photo plus the caption is almost like something a person would post at the end of a President's term in office. Does she know something we don't know?

The cryptic nature of Ivanka's tweet led many to finish her thought for her -- what exactly was she thanking him for...?

Others saw it as a chance to express their...opinion of the president.

While one person shared a different thank you.

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