A charity group said that Ivanka Trump donated $50,000 to its campaign to help migrant children separated from their families along the border, despite her father drawing criticism for policies that separated children from their parents. Trump later signed an executive order to stop the family separations.
Last week, Ivanka Trump reached out to an organization based out of Plano, Texas, after hearing about its efforts to help kids separated at the border through a tweet by its the church said in a statement.
“I’ve had the opportunity to meet with Ivanka Trump a number of times over the last year, and I’ve been struck by her kindness and concern for those in need, so, it wasn’t that surprising to me to know she would want to help these families,” Jack Graham, founder of the charity, said.
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