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White House senior advisor Jared Kushner and wife Ivanka Trump listen to President Donald Trump speak to the media at the Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum in Jerusalem, May 23, 2017. Reuters

President Donald Trump's daughter and senior adviser, Ivanka Trump shared a video of her children on Twitter celebrating the 4th of July at the White House. She also took the children to enjoy the fireworks show.

In the short clip posted online, Ivanka and Jared Kushner’s daughter Arabella and sons Joseph and Theodore are seen holding ice cream. Ivanka captioned the video: "A little ice cream before the fireworks! #fourthofjuly."

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Five-year-old Arabella wished “Happy 4th of July” and her younger 3-year-old brother, Joseph followed the suit.

On Sunday, Ivanka and Kushner attended a party at the Washington Post’s senior associate editor Lally Weymouth's Southampton home. The party was also attended by Democratic financier George Soros and Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-New York), Politico reported. Other guests included White House senior counselor Kellyanne Conway, Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-New York), billionaire GOP donor David Koch, former New York City police commissioner Bill Bratton, and business mogul and Trump's longtime friend Carl Icahn.

While the 35-year-old mother of three did not share photos of the event, she posted other pictures of family on Twitter. Ivanka, Kushner and their children were reportedly in the Hamptons over the weekend, ahead of the Independence Day.

Also on Sunday, Ivanka posted a video of Arabella taking a nap in a hammock. The first daughter captioned the video: “Summer Vibes! #mood”

On 4th of July, Ivanka also spoke about her pride in the U.S. and Americans.

“I am proud on so many levels, and really traveling this country has made me even more of a proud American today than at any other point in my life,” she said in an interview with Fox News on Tuesday. “You see the spirit, the tenacity. You see the sacrifice.”

“You meet with soldiers and sailors and their families, and you think about all the things that they're doing to ensure that the America we know remains true and can continue on,” Ivanka added.

The first daughter and her husband have been key members of the Trump administration and several reports said they are considered to be the president’s most influential advisers.

However, in an interview with the Washington Post on Saturday, Ivanka dismissed the claims she influenced her father on the matter of politics.

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"I am not sort of trying to selectively curate information that will lead him to agree with me. The debate is good," she told the Post.

In her June appearance on “Fox & Friends” show, she said she tries, "to stay out of politics," and prefers, "to focus on areas where I can add positive value, where I can contribute to the agenda. Policies around workforce development, around ensuring that barriers are removed from around the working family. Policies that enable that family to survive. Focusing on how we can help our veterans..."