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He’s very nice,” the president said in a statement about his daughter.
“He was very nice.”
The president was referring to the day he was inaugurated in January.
On January 6, he told reporters that he’d “love to have the best of all worlds for the American people.”
And he also said he was “proud to say” that he was the “least corrupt president in American history.”
“But I’ll tell you what, I’m not going to get rid of the Affordable Care Act, because I don’t think you’re going to like it.
I’m going to make it a lot better,” he said.
The president added that “we’re going back to a very different country.”
And, according to the Washington Post, he is “saying he wants to bring back the Gold Star family.”
He did not address the question of why his daughter had been so vocal about kneeling during the national anthem.
“I don’t know what she’s protesting, but I know that I have a very good relationship with my daughters, and we’re going on to a better life together,” he added.
But on Tuesday, he tweeted that his daughter was “sad” because of the “pain and humiliation” she has suffered and that she “didn’t deserve to be called a bad name.”
And the president, according the Washington Examiner, was “shocked” to learn that Heather had been suspended from her job as an intern at the White House for a week.
But he said he doesn’t regret it.
“What I’m most proud of is the fact that my daughter has done a good job,” Trump said in an interview with the Christian Science Monitor.
“And I don: I’m glad she did.
But it’s very sad, really, to see her suspended.”
And on Thursday, he said that he would not be making any comment about the suspensions and was instead focusing on his family.
“You know, we’re very busy,” Trump told Fox News host Bill O’Reilly.
But on Wednesday, he also addressed the controversy surrounding his daughter’s suspension, telling the Christian Broadcasting Network that “everybody is entitled to their opinion, and she’s entitled to her opinion.”
The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment from ABC News.