First daughter Ivanka Trump said her visit to The Monument to the Ghetto Heroes in Warsaw on Thursday was "deeply moving."
The 35-year-old and senior adviser to her father, President Donald Trump, took to Twitter in sharing a photo of herself at the memorial with a brief message.
It was deeply moving to be able to visit The Monument to the Ghetto Heroes and the POLIN Museum of the History of the Polish Jews. pic.twitter.com/hmAGvnj4Ey
— Ivanka Trump (@IvankaTrump) July 6, 2017
The monument honors leaders of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising during World War II. President Trump was criticized by Polish Jewish leaders for his decision not to visit the landmark during his trip.
Poland's chief rabbi Michael Schudrich, as well as other top Jewish leaders, issued a statement, saying, "We deeply regret that President Donald Trump, though speaking in public barely a mile away from the monument, chose to break with that laudable tradition, alongside so many other ones. We trust that this slight does not reflect the attitudes and feelings of the American people."
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