Just one week after giving birth to her newborn son, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's daughter, Ivanka, hits the campaign trail in New York. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Ivanka Trump, daughter of billionaire businessman and U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump stumped for her father in Bethpage, New York on Wednesday, just over one week after giving birth to her newborn son, Theodore. "I have a one week old son named Theodore, who is at home tonight. And I will tell you, it was not easy to leave him for so much as a minute to be here. But it was incredibly important to me that I did, because I believe that the importance of this election, and setting our country on the right path, is more important ever," Ivanka Trump said. "I can tell you first hand that there is no better person to have in your corner when you're facing tough decisions, or tough opponents," she added. "As president, my father will make America great again." During the rally, Trump referred only obliquely to his Wisconsin loss, saying it "takes guts" to run for president and criticizing Cruz for drawing small crowds in the state.