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Ivanka Trump visits Holocaust memorial in Berlin

Ivanka Trump visits the Holocaust memorial in the German capital, meeting with the director at the information center before walking slowly through the downtown Berlin monument.

Crowds of people snapped cellphone photos and yelled out “Hi, how are you?” as Trump entered the center to the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe for a short visit Tuesday.

President Donald Trump’s daughter walked slowly through the undulating grounds filled with concrete slabs, along with US Embassy personnel. She was flanked by a strong police guard keeping tourists and others at a distance.

First Daughter and Adviser to the US President Ivanka Trump (2R) visits the Holocaust memorial with director of the memorial Uwe Neumaerker during her visit on April 25, 2017 in Berlin. (Michael Sohn/AFP)
First Daughter and adviser to the US President Ivanka Trump visits the Holocaust memorial with director of the memorial Uwe Neumaerker during her visit on April 25, 2017 in Berlin. (Michael Sohn/AFP)

She paused occasionally to look at the slabs, meant to symbolize the chaos of the Holocaust, and donned sunglasses before emerging on the other side of the monument to a crush of cameras and onlookers.

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