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Nov 21, 2018

US President Donald Trump defends daughter Ivanka amid email scrutiny

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US President Donald Trump has defended daughter and adviser Ivanka Trump over her use of personal email for official business. He told reporters outside the White House that there was no deletion of emails by her daughter. 

He said former Secretary of State and his opponent in the 2016 Presidential election Hillary Clinton d 33,000 emails. 

Mr Trump's remarks come after media reports that Democrats in the House of Representatives plan to investigate Ivanka Trump's case.

The case is similar to that of Clinton, whose use of personal email led to an FBI investigation and harsh criticism by Trump during the election campaign.

However, the President yesterday focused on the differences between the actions of Clinton and his daughter. 

He said Ivanka's email weren't classified like Hillary Clinton and they weren't d like Hillary Clinton. He also said, her daughter was not hide her emails.

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