Social media users have once again sunk their teeth into First Daughter Ivanka Trump after she shared a photo of herself on Twitter speaking at a White House meeting.
Ivanka shared the photo on May 17, the Daily Mail reported. She was hosting a meeting about human trafficking.
"Human trafficking is a pervasive humanitarian epidemic both domestically and abroad," Ivanka captioned the photo. "Together we are working to combat this critical issue."
But one Twitter user noticed something about Ivanka's nameplate that was different from everyone else's: it had no title under the name.
"The White House staffer in charge of printing out these things doesn't know what Ivanka does either," tweeted the user.
"I think they got it correct by leaving it blank: she does nothing," responded one user.
Although her official title is "Assistant to the President," her nameplate does not appear to make any mention of it. That's when several other Twitter users decided to get creative and fill in the blank.
One user edited the photo and zoomed in on the nameplate. He added a web address to the plate and wrote, "All 'Ivanka' bracelets 20% off."
"SMH so disrespectful. It should say 'Assistant to the regional manager,'" quipped another user, making a reference to the hit mockumentary show "The Office."
"Here's Ivanka's nameplate for meetings. Your welcome," wrote another user, adding a photo that described the first daughter as the "Ministry of Kleptocracy & Nepotism."
"And if Trump and KellyAnne were in charge of it, it may look like this....," wrote another user, adding the following photo.
Other users pointed out the body language by Democratic Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota, who was sitting next to Ivanka.
"Amy Klobuchar's reaction to Ivanka speaking here is priceless," tweeted the user. "This eyeroll should be on a campaign mailer for [Klobuchar] in 2020."
While Ivanka has reportedly insisted for months that she would not have an official role in the White House, she was officially announced as the Assistant to the President at the end of March.
"I have heard the concerns some have with my advising the president in my personal capacity while voluntarily complying with all ethics rules and I will instead serve as an unpaid employee in the White House Office, subject to all of the same rules as other federal employees," Ivanka said in a statement, according to NBC News. "Throughout this process I have been working closely and in good faith with the White House Counsel and my personal counsel to address the unprecedented nature of my role."