The White House released on Friday the "Presidential Message on International Holocaust Rememberance Day."
"Tomorrow marks the 73rd anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau, the Nazi death and concentration camp in Nazi-occupied Poland," reads the message. "We take this opportunity to recall the Nazis’ systematic persecution and brutal murder of six million Jewish people. In their death camps and under their inhuman rule, the Nazis also enslaved and killed millions of Slavs, Roma, gays, people with disabilities, priests and religious leaders, and others who courageously opposed their brutal regime."
Trump adds, "As I have said: 'We will stamp out prejudice. We will condemn hatred. We will bear witness, and we will act.'"
He concludes, "On International Holocaust Remembrance Day, we acknowledge this dark stain on human history and vow to never let it happen again."
"My thoughts and prayers are with the people whose lives and families were broken by the horrors of the Holocaust," she said in a statement. "My heart is with you, and we remember."
The first lady later tweeted that the visit was "a powerful & moving tour that honors the millions of innocent lives lost, and educates us on the tragedies and effects of the holocaust."
Earlier this week, while in Jerusalem, Vice President Mike Pence and second lady Karen Pence visited the Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife Sara Netanyahu.
Lawmakers also took to Twitter and posted photos of themselves holding signs that read "We Remember." Below, some of those photos:
REP. DEBBIE WASSERMAN SCHULTZ, D-FLA.
NEW YORK STATE ATTORNEY GENERAL ERIC T. SCHNEIDERMAN
REP. NITA LOWEY, D-N.Y.
STATE SENATOR JULIAN CYR, D-MASS.
BOSTON MAYOR MARTY WALSH
STATE REP. DAVID P. LINSKY, D-MASS.
REP. TED DEUTCH, D-FLA.
STATE SENATOR ERIC LESSER, D-MASS.