President Trump showed off his daughter Ivanka at a North Dakota rally Wednesday afternoon.

"Everybody loves Ivanka," Trump said to the crowd at Andeavor Refinery in Mandan, North Dakota during a speech on tax relief.

"Sometimes they'll say, 'you know he can't be that bad a guy. Look at Ivanka,'" the president continued.

"We love this state, so it's always a pleasure to be back here," Ivanka said. "You treated us very, very well in November and have continued to, so we like sharing the love back."


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The president pushed for a simpler tax code and for lowering taxes on corporations and individuals.

The visit was Trump's first to the state since his inauguration. He won North Dakota by 36 points in the general election.

The president said his daughter had asked to come on the trip.


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