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After Allen said that the forced family separations were a low point for many, Trump said "that was a low point for me, as well". She also broke with her father's criticism of the media, saying she didn't feel they were the enemy of the people although she did understand concerns. "I am vehemently against family separation", Ms Trump, a White House adviser, said.
"I think immigration is incredibly complex as a topic, illegal immigration is incredibly complicated", Trump said.
Ivanka continued: "I am a daughter of an immigrant, my mother grew up in Communist Czech Republic, but we are a country of laws".
In discussing the immigration crisis, Trump described herself as "the daughter of an immigrant" - her mother was born and raised in the former Czechoslovakia, and came to the USA legally.
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Donald Trump today tried to tamp down speculation of differences with daughter Ivanka over his remarks about the press by saying that it is the "Fake News" and not the entire media that is the enemy of the people, hours after she distanced herself from the United States president's comments.
Lawmakers blasted the separation practice as "inhumane" and "cruel", but President TrumpDonald John TrumpPro-Trump pastor: Trump is "the most pro-black" president I've ever seen Trump renews calls for interview with Mueller: report CNN's Acosta: Hannity is "injecting poison into the nation's political bloodstream" MORE and other officials insisted only Congress could address the issue. She said she received a "fair share" of reporting that she knew "not to be fully accurate".
Her words came in stark contrast to those of the president hours later, when he dubbed journalists "horrible, horrendous people" while speaking at a Pennsylvania rally.
President Donald Trump is downplaying his daughter's refusal to label the news media the "enemy of the people". Even her stepmom, First Lady Melania Trump, issued a somewhat damning statement about the contentious issue. "Sometimes it feels like a whiny slap fight between the two and I wish they would step back and understand their respective roles". "Observers who thought she'd moderate her father were mistaken".