Ivanka Trump Tweeted She Was Going to the Hague and Everyone Made the Same Joke

First daughter Ivanka Trump's tweet expressing enthusiasm over visiting The Hague in the Netherlands largely backfired, as many Twitter users wished she would stay at the home of the International Criminal Court and the United Nations' International Court of Justice.

The senior White House adviser was scheduled to deliver remarks at the Global Entrepreneur Summit at The Hague, which is the seat of the Dutch parliament.

"En route to The Hague!" Trump tweeted early Wednesday, along with emojis of the United States and Holland flags and the hashtag #GES2019.

The International Criminal Court ? What docket number ?

— awhi koutou (@awhikoutou) June 5, 2019

"The International Criminal Court?" a Twitter user replied. "What docket number?"

"@IvankaTrump what are the charges," another Twitter user wrote.

Other posts included graphics.

A Twitter user shared an image of Trump and her husband and fellow senior White House adviser Jared Kushner looking out of Buckingham Palace windows from their visit to the U.K. earlier in the week. The image, which the first daughter tweeted on Tuesday, was doctored, with jail bars overlaid.

"Good. I hope the trial is swift and justice is served with you and the family behind bars. #CrookedJavanka," the Twitter user wrote.

Good. I hope the trial is swift and justice is served with you and the family behind bars. #CrookedJavanka pic.twitter.com/of3AFk4Rxg

— OHL (@ohlichtblau) June 5, 2019

The Daily Show's Twitter feed replied, "Cool. Maybe they can get to the bottom of this," and shared a video from April questioning what Trump actually does in her job.

Another Twitter user replied, "@IvankaTrump Voluntary Surrender. Didn't see that coming," and included an image of the Miranda warning, a notification that police give to criminal suspects they take into custody, advising them of their rights.

Trump has not been directly accused of any crime by authorities and it is unclear what offenses the tweets specifically referred to. She has faced scrutiny over her role in a Trump Tower project that was proposed in Moscow while her father was pursuing the presidency, as well as for her silence during the height of the controversy over a Trump administration policy that led to migrant family separations.

Walter Shaub, who was director of the Office of Government Ethics under ex-President Barack Obama, suggested Trump should face scrutiny by making a reference to migrant children who have died in U.S. custody.

Juan de León Gutiérrez (age 6); Jakelin Caal Maquin (age 7); Felipe Gómez Alonzo (age 8); unidentified Guatemalan girl (age 10); Carlos Gregorio Hernández Vásquez (age 16); and unidentified Guatemalan child (age 2). https://t.co/XTI0b46DKR

— Walter Shaub (@waltshaub) June 5, 2019

The criticism did not stop Trump from continuing to tout her visit to the city on the western coast of the Netherlands. Trump later on Monday tweeted a photo of herself with Marines at the U. S. embassy at The Hague.

"Grateful for the Marines posted at the @usembthehague for their service to our country!" the first daughter tweeted, again with the U.S. and Holland flags emojis.

Several hours later, Trump informed the Internet that she was pushing the Women's Global Development and Prosperity Initiative, established by her father President Donald Trump in February as an effort to boost economic empowerment for 50 million women in developing countries by 2025.

"At @Statedept's Global Entrepreneurship Summit where we will connect w/ 1,200+ entrepreneurs from all 50 states & 120+ countries w/ investors from across the (world emoji)," she tweeted. "These visionaries embody the spirit of the future, & their successes will influence our world for the better. #WGDP"

Ivanka Trump The Hague tweet
Senior White House adviser Ivanka Trump arrives with an umbrella at Schiphol for the Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) 2019 as she will speak in The Hague about women's rights during the closing of the event, on June 5, 2019. Getty/ROBIN UTRECHT