By COLlive reporter
Ivanka Trump, the daughter and Senior Advisor to President Donald Trump, has paid a late-night visit to the Old Montefiore Cemetery in the Cambria Heights section of Queens in New York, Thursday night.
She came to pray at the Ohel, the holy gravesite of the Rebbe which is frequented year-round by Jews and non Jews from around the world.
She was accompanied by Rabbi Zalman and Toba Grossbaum, directors of Chabad of Livingston in New Jersey, who are close to her husband Jared Kushner, a Senior Advisor to President Trump.
Hours earlier, Ivanka Trump was at the Curb Event Center in Nashville, Tenessee for the final televised presidential debate between her father and the Democratic nominee, former Vice President Joe Biden.
Polls are showing Biden ahead in the November 3 elections. The two faced off in the 90-minute debate over issues such as immigration policy, national security and fitness for the presidency.
“Great job Mr. President!” Ivanka Trump tweeted following the debate. “My father ran for President because of politicians like Biden. All talk, no action. My father has been a leader of action who has kept his promises. He will continue to fight & deliver for ALL Americans for #4MoreYears.”
Her visit to the Ohel was presumably timed to pray for her father’s reelection. In 2016, when Mr. Trump faced Hillary Clinton, Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner visited the Ohel as well.
After her father’s win, the Kushners purchased a home in the ritzy Kalorama neighborhood to be within walking distance from The Shul of the Nation’s Capital, the Chabad center in Washington, DC, led by Shliach Rabbi Levi Shemtov.