She also included the hashtags #blackoutTuesday and #justiceforgeorgefloyd.
The Blackout Tuesday campaign swept across social media on Tuesday amid ongoing protests nationwide over the death of George Floyd and growing calls for racial justice. Floyd, a Black man, was killed in Minneapolis last week after a white police officer pressed his knee onto his neck.
Trump’s post drew a mixed response. Some commenters praised the 26-year-old Georgetown University Law Center graduate for appearing to show solidarity with protesters and the Black Lives Matter movement. Critics pointed out her father’s divisive rhetoric against demonstrators, whom he has called “THUGS.”