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In the bubbly clip posted to Tiffany Trump’s social media, the sisters grin and blow kisses at the camera as angelic camera filters give them wings and “O Holy Night” plays in the background. “Merry Christmas,” Tiffany Trump says at the end of the video.
“I sure hope your fellow Americans in Puerto Rico who have been without power for 3 months enjoy this as much as you are,” one commenter wrote on Instagram.
Plenty of others tweeted their disapproval of the video.
Just another way to say, "Suck it, poor folks!" disguised as "Merry Christmas!"— VeryScaryCarnival (@VSCarnival) December 26, 2017
The sisters apparently learned nothing from their stepmother Melania Trump, whose Christmas selfie last week received a flood of criticism.
Tiffany Trump posted again to Instagram on Tuesday night, posting a photo of herself in Mar-a-Lago and writing, “Wishing everyone a happy and peaceful year to come!”
H/T Huffington Post
Kris Seavers is the IRL editor for the Daily Dot. Her work has appeared in Central Texas publications, including Austin Monthly and San Antonio Magazine, and on NPR.