Ivanka Trump compared her dad to Winston Churchill on Sunday as she introduced the president during a campaign rally in Michigan.
“Winston Churchill said, ‘It was the nation that had the lion’s heart, I just had the luck to give it the roar,’” she said.
“How much does this remind you of our president and this movement? He gave us [the] roar,” Ivanka added, drawing to loud cheers from the crowd of thousands gathered at Michigan Sports Stars Park Washington.
President Trump, his daughter said, “made all of us look at our own convictions and ask ourselves, ‘What do we want for our country?’”
“We want jobs, we want opportunities, we want to believe in American greatness — and that’s what’s on the ballot,” she said.
The president then addressed his supporters for about an hour, before heading to Iowa for the second of five rallies he is slated to speak at on Sunday — two days before the Nov. 3 election.
In Dubuque, Iowa, Trump also called up his daughter to the stage, where she called him “a warrior through and through.”
“What he has been able to accomplish in four years is extraordinary but he’ll do that and then some if given another term, which you’re going to bring him to,” Ivanka told the crowd, urging them to vote.
The president has previously said that Churchill was one of his heroes and claimed he had “similarities” with the former British prime minister.
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