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Ivanka Trump ‘Deeply Moved’ by Visit to Berlin Holocaust Memorial

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First Daughter Ivanka Trump visits Berlin’s Holocaust memorial. Photo: Twitter

Ivanka Trump visited Berlin’s Holocaust memorial on Tuesday during her first international trip as an official adviser to her father, US President  Donald Trump. The visit came a day after Yom HaShoah, as the president delivered a forceful speech in which he pledged to “confront antisemitism.”

“I want my children to live in a world where every country and its leaders pledge to ensure a genocide like the Holocaust will never happen again. I want them to grow up in a world where people are tolerant, inclusive and loving toward one another,” Ivanka Trump said in a separate statement.

Trump visited the Memorial to the Murdered Jews in Europe late Tuesday afternoon, walking through the concrete slabs with US Embassy personnel and security guards.

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