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April 26, 2017 10:23 am

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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  • toni

    Ivanka was very composed and thoughtful throughout the trip. She represented America well. The haters are going to hate, but are irrelevant. Had Chelsea Clinton been there and sang praises about her supposed daddy, Bill Clinton, she would’ve received a standing ovation. Leftists are such hypocrites.