While Maples was pictured wearing a mask, her caption's language — "love" over "fear" — echoed that of some anti-stay-at-home protestors and she drew criticism in the comments.
"The choice is not love or fear," one user wrote.
Commented another: "God has nothing to do with science."
More pointedly, wrote a third, "So God killed a 100,000 believers but not you?" (As of Monday, the coronavirus had killed more than 98,000 people in the U.S., according to a Times tracker.)
Maples did not specify where she was traveling, but in an update on her Instagram Story she posted a photo of daughter Tiffany Trump's cat, Petals, with the caption "one of my fav traveling partners" and she tagged both Tiffany and Tiffany's boyfriend, Michael Boulos.
Tiffany, 26, just finished law school at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. — earning praise from her siblings, mom and the president.
"Just what I need is a lawyer in the family," he tweeted last week. "Proud of you Tiff!"
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