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Ivanka To Visit Holocaust Memorial On Trip to Germany

Ivanka Trump will visit the Holocaust Memorial during a visit to Berlin on Tuesday in commemoration of Yom Hashoah, Israel’s Holocaust Memorial Day, which begins Sunday night.

The First Daughter will be in Berlin for the W20 Summit, a meeting of female leaders in government, NGOS, and business, where she will be speaking on a panel entitled, “Inspiring Women: Scaling up Women’s Entrepreneurship.”

Ivanka made a private visit to the U.S. Holocaust Museum with her in-laws, Charles and Seryl Kushner, in March.

Leaders of the Jewish community have sharply criticized her father’s administration, especially press secretary Sean Spicer, for flubbed statements about the Holocaust. In January, a statement in honor of Holocaust Remembrance Day lacked any references to the Jews killed in the Holocaust.

Contact Shira Hanau at [email protected] or on Twitter @shirahanau


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