Ivanka Trump voiced out her concerns over the apparent unrest in the United States on social media. While her first post last week, reportedly, echoed what Melania Trump posted, her second post on Sunday took a huge turn.

As it happened, the First Daughter utilized a Bible verse from the book of 2 Kings to share her thoughts on the whole issue, according to the Los Angeles Times.

Amid the continued unrest across the country, Ivanka shared and quoted 2 Kings 20:5, which says, "This is what the Lord said: I have heard your prayer and seen your tears. I will heal you."

The publication added that this "may have been heartfelt." However, it is not, reportedly, supported by "compassionate policy."

Ivanka Trump's quote on Sunday sparked a lot of discussions among publications and netizens. As per The Mary Sue, this is a "classic" move made by the First Daughter as she, yet again, stringed "words together" that "signify nothing."

In the same report, it is said that the post caused a huge commotion on the social media platform as many individuals deemed it a "useless tweet." It has since appeared that most of the criticisms thrown toward her are quoted, as well, from the Bible.

Some, reportedly, utilized the Bible verse from Matthew 23, which seemingly calls her out as a "hypocrite." Others also went on to cite verses 1 to 3 from Isaiah 10, which starts with "Woe to those who make unjust laws."

Several netizens also followed and responded to Ivanka Trump with other verses from the Bible, like Proverbs 29:2, which says, "When the wicked rule, the people groan."

While many people used the Bible, as well, to call the First Daughter out, some individuals pointed out that what she had posted is an "excerpt" from a Bible story that centers on "deliverance from a mad king." Many netizens seemingly saw the resemblance between the "mad king" and her father, Donald Trump.

The publications also maintained that the US President has continued to "incite violence." This also, reportedly, goes side by side with the fact that Donald Trump would not address the nation's "unrest and anger."

Despite these things, though, Ivanka Trump has reportedly remained silent about it. As per the Daily Express, she stepped out the day after wearing a double-breasted black blazer and matching trousers, making her first appearance since the huge backlash over her "healing Bible verse" post on social media.