- Ivanka Trump, the daughter of the president of the United States and his advisor on job creation, has reacted to her father's impeachment trial
- Trump's daughter quoted a letter written by Thomas Jefferson, the third president of US, where the latter complained about a fractious White House
- Ivanka signed off the quote with a statement that said some things just never change no matter how it is
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Ivanka Trump, the daughter of the sitting president of the United States, Donald Trump, has reacted to the impeachment struggle her father is going through.
In a tweet Ivanka likened her father’s impeachment trial to that of Thomas Jefferson, latching on to what he said about a vicious and fractious White House.
It should be noted that on February 5, 1801, Jefferson wrote a letter to his eldest daughter when he complained about being “surrounded by enemies and spies catching and perverting every word that falls from my lips or flows from my pen, and inventing where facts fail them.”
It was that same part of the letter that Ivanka quoted and added: “some things never change, dad!”
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Meanwhile, an impeachment process by the members of US House of Representatives against President Trump divided the lawmakers.
It was gathered that the House democrats rallied behind a measure setting out rules for the public phase of their impeachment inquiry into President Trump endorsing the process.
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