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Celebrities truly are just like us, spending their long Labor Day weekends idly scrolling through Instagram and liking photos that appear on weird fan pages about themselves, just as every boy and girl in America does. Like literally all of us, after a traditional Labor Day cookout and a few attempts to serve as a moderating influence on our reactionary, senile fathers, Ivanka Trump popped on her chosen platform to see what people were saying about her. Using the tools of said platform, she deigned four posts—all photos of herself from such reliable Instagram sources as @OnlyIvanka and @IvankaTrunp (sic)—to be pleasing in her sight.

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Apparently, this is just some shit she does occasionally. From way back in June:

It’s good to know that the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree, in terms of “blandly seeking affirmations of one’s personal brand within the echo chamber of their own supporters.” Meanwhile, in his inevitable march toward becoming the 2020 Democratic nominee for president, Mark Zuckerberg similarly spent his weekend debating immigration on his chosen platform:

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We look forward to 2020's battle of personal brands, which, obviously, The Rock will win. Everybody likes that guy!