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Internet Praises Activist Who Reorganized Ivanka Trump's Book Display In Local Store

Since the controversial election of Donald Trump as President of the United States of America, Mr. Trump’s family have been put under the international spotlight. The release of Ivanka Trump’s self-help book, titled “Women Who Work: Revisiting the Rules for Success,” has been met with mixed reviews. Moreover, the book’s release has led to a new wave of savage remarks towards Ms. Trump and her family. One woman recently uploaded a viral picture, showcasing Ms. Trump’s book displayed at a local bookstore. Ever since, the internet has been filled with praise for the subtle humor of the unnamed anti-Trump activist.

Ms. Trump’s book, described as “insufferable” and “a grab-bag of generic work-life advice for upper-middle-class white women”, left readers with a bitter taste in their mouths, particularly after the divisive remarks of her father, President Donald Trump. Internet users were pleasantly amused after a photo of a display at Barnes and Nobel showed Ms. Trump’s book placed next to some interestingly titled self-help books.

This bookstore vigilante took it upon themselves to ‘fix’ the display of Ms. Trump's book, placing it amongst titles such as “Children of the Self-Absorbed, Disarming the Narcissist” and “Toxic Parents: Overcoming Their Hurtful Legacy and Reclaiming Your Life.” While Ms. Trump has stated that she intended for her book to “inspire [you] to redefine success and architect a life that honors your individual passions and priorities,” it appears that the novel has not been having the reception she had hoped for.

Jennifer Senior, from the New York Times, wrote a scathing review of Ms. Trump’s work, stating that her book was “perfect for a generation weaned on Pinterest and goop.com”, before adding:

“In this way, the book is not really offensive so much as witlessly derivative, endlessly recapitulating the wisdom of other, canonical self-help and business books… (profiting handsomely off the hard work of others appears to be a signature Trumpian trait.) For a while, it reads like the best valedictorian speech ever.”

Despite the hordes of individuals waiting to criticize Ms. Trump, there are some individuals who took a less critical approach when reviewing the new book. The Associated Press released a statement that read “Women Who Work: Rewriting the Rules for Success” offers earnest advice for women on advancing in the workplace, balancing family and professional life and seeking personal fulfilment.”

Source: Yahoo News
Photo: The Express Tribune & Pop Sugar

The individual's intended message was quite clear.

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