Donald Trump: Ivanka gives president a big hug during his victory speech

Donald Trump: Ivanka gives president a big hug during his victory speech

- The US president, Donald Trump, escaped being impeached by the Senate

- Trump's daughter Ivanka was all smiles when her father was giving his victory speech on Thursday, February 6

- Ivanka approached the US president and gave him a big hug

Following his Senate impeachment acquittal, President Donald Trump of the United States has received a big hug from his first daughter Ivanka Trump.

Ivanka watched her father give a caustic victory speech on Thursday, February 6, and gave the American president a big hug, Daily Mail reports.

Legit.ng gathers that in the speech, the US president thanked his family and called out those responsible for his impeachment, calling them liars.

The 38-year-old White House senior adviser was all smiles as President Trump gave his victory speech.

"I've done things wrong in my life, I will admit ... but this is what the end result is," Trump said, holding up a copy of the Washington Post with the headline 'Trump acquitted.'

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Reacting on Facebook, Judy Ryder-Vinson said: "She is probably one of the few people that knew how upset the president was over all of this. Love the way she is loving and comforting him. One thing the president has to be proud of is his children."

Kathy Penney said: "This dreadful witchhunt must be taking its toll on the president's family as well as him. Thankfully, he seems able to shrug it off but he must be getting pretty fed up now. I don't know where he finds the patience and humour to carry on - but I am so glad he does."

Kathleen Colaneri said: "Awe so nice and beautiful show of love for her dad thank GOD he at least gets love from his family members! He is so deserving of it! We love you President Trump!"

Sandra Rossman said: "So obvious is her love, respect and pride in her father. She is a lucky lady to have such a great man for her dad. I feel so sorry that our first family and wonderful president was put thru (sic) this horrible nightmare by mean spirited traitors of our country. May God continue to bless you ..."

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Legit.ng previously reported that the president of the United States, Donald Trump, was acquitted by the Senate on impeachment charges preferred against him on Wednesday, February 5.

The Senate acquitted Trump on both articles of impeachment, that is, abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.

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