Ms Majic, who is believed to be employed as a researcher at the Brighton and Hove City Council, today woke up to a social media storm after the bizarre incident went viral and has now had thousands of mentions.
She has now responded to climate change denier Trump, telling him: “And you’re a man with great responsibilities.
“May I suggest more care on Twitter and more time learning about #climatechange.”
She also included a graphic about scientific consensus on man-made climate change.
Twitter users loved her response, with comments like: “Now that’s real character and class”, “Thrown into the spotlight and stands up for climate change. Brava!” and “Best. Response. Ever.”
And Ben Longstaff wrote: “I used to share a flat in Hackney with @Ivanka and I’m fairly sure that she will be laughing her head off at Trump’s error.”
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I used to share a flat in Hackney with @Ivanka and I’m fairly sure that she will be laughing her head off at Trump’s error
Sun Online has attempted to contact Ms Majic for comment.
Although she has said she will have no official role in her father’s administration, Ivanka Trump has been quietly laying the groundwork for an effort that could make her perhaps the best-connected policy advocate in Washington.
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The younger Trump, who has made clear she wants to push for policies benefitting women and girls, last week sought the advice of a group of female executives in New York City.
And transition aides have reached out to congressional staff on childcare policies, an area she has urged President-elect Donald Trump to prioritize.