Ivanka Trump ridiculed for sharing list of father President Donald Trump's 'accomplishments' in office

Ivanka Trump has been ridiculed online after sharing a list of "accomplishments" her father, US President Donald Trump, achieved while in office.

Ivanka posted the link on Twitter just days after deadly riots at the US Capitol and Trump's impeachment over the siege. He's since become the first US president to be impeached twice.

The list claims America had an "unprecedented economic boom" before the "China virus" arrived in the country. It says that during Trump's presidency, over seven million new jobs were created, the unemployment rate reached 3.5 percent, and there was a "life-saving response to the China virus". Nearly 400,000 people have died from COVID-19 in the United States and almost 24 million people have been infected.

The list doesn't mention Trump's two impeachments, his incitement of violence at the Capitol, or how he spread misinformation online during and after the election.

After Ivanka shared the list, many pointed out the events and statistics that had been missed out.

"Nearly 400,000 dead Americans. Depression-level unemployment. Eviscerated economy. Rampant white supremacy. Decimated reputation on the world stage. Caged children. Deadly domestic terrorism. Millions siphoned from military for a flimsy fence. Disastrous trade wars. What else?" one person said.

"Silly me! I forgot the best one yet: two impeachments, two popular vote losses and 60+ losses, in the most secure election in American history!"

Others poked fun at allegations that Ivanka and her husband Jared Kushner banned their Secret Service agents from using any of the six bathrooms in their house.

"Can I use your toilet?" one asked.

The pair's refusal to let agents use their toilets meant the federal government was forced to rent an apartment for $3000 a month so they could go to the bathroom in peace.

The President's golfing habit was also subject to criticism.

"Spent more time golfing than any President in history at a cost of over $150 million, fomented and instigated insurrection, impeached twice, told more lies than any President in US history, caused hundreds of thousands of unnecessary deaths. Quite an accomplishment," one said.

Trump's time in office will come to an end on January 20 when President-elect Joe Biden is inaugurated.