President tweets 'few work harder' than Ivanka, Jared

President tweets 'few work harder' than Ivanka, Jared
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President TrumpDonald John TrumpMinnesota certifies Biden victory Trump tells allies he plans to pardon Michael Flynn: report Republican John James concedes in Michigan Senate race MORE praised his daughter Ivanka and son-in-law, Jared KushnerJared Corey KushnerPompeo becomes first top US diplomat to visit Israeli settlement, labels boycotts anti-Semitic NYT's Bruni suggests Ivanka Trump, Kushner move to North Korea or Saudi Arabia With Biden, a Saudi reboot MORE, on Twitter Tuesday, saying that few work harder than the couple.

Both Ivanka TrumpIvana (Ivanka) Marie TrumpWomen set to take key roles in Biden administration New York expands Trump tax fraud investigations to include write-offs: report Lara Trump mulling 2022 Senate run in North Carolina: report MORE and Kushner serve as senior White House advisers.

"Two incredible people," the president tweeted. "I can’t believe they’re not working (few work harder)!"


The two have been on a family trip with their children.

The praise for the couple, who have been tweeting about vacation, came amid roughly two dozen tweets and retweets from President Trump thanking his allies and supporters.

The president shared one video featuring actor and Trump supporter Jon Voight and another of Fox News host Jesse Waters.

He also commented on a post from Fox Business Network host Maria BartiromoMaria Sara BartiromoHouse GOP lawmaker: Biden should be recognized as president-elect Most Republicans avoid challenging Trump on election Senate Republicans sit quietly as Trump challenges vote counts MORE about 2020 Democratic candidates using predictions of a recession against Trump.

Amid several retweets of his own content, Trump also amplified messages from his campaign manager Brad ParscaleBrad ParscaleAides tried to get Trump to stop attacking McCain in hopes of clinching Arizona: report MORE and Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna Romney McDaniel.

A consistent theme of several of the tweets shared or made related to mounting concerns about the economy. Some of the tweets praised economic growth numbers under Trump, while other sought to discredit media which covered recession fears.