Donald Trump and Melania Trump spread cheer during Christmas and brought joy to a girl, 7, who was left badly injured after tornado struck her home in Missouri.

Avalinn Rackley's grandmother, Pam Moore, posted a video of the child on Facebook where she is seen all excited.

In the video, Avalinn is seen grinning while Moore says, "These boxes came in the mail, and they are from President Trump! Both of these boxes. Can you believe it?" The girl wearing a back brace screams happily, "Oh my God!"

The video also features her father, Trent Rackley, who like Avalinn's younger sibling, Alana, didn't suffer major injuries, reported Daily Mail.

Moore also posted saying that the Trump couple sent a package that consisted of things like hats and books signed by the former US President. There were also American Girl Dolls, Presidential blankets, pens and bracelets. She also shared a letter sent by Trump and Melania addressed to the girl, who lost her elder sister Annistyn, 9, to a tornado that also ruined their family house in Caruthersville, Missouri on Dec. 10, reported Texas News Today.

The letter read that the power couple is "encouraged by the strength and determination you have shown during this very difficult time." They said that the little girl, who had a successful round of surgery for a broken vertebrae, will remain in their hearts for "complete care and comfort as you continue to recover." The Trumps said that with Avalinn's "steadfast spirit," and the unwavering strength and support of her wonderful family and friends, her "future potential is limitless."

Meanwhile, her mother, Meghan Rackley, is also recovering from severe brain trauma after relatives said that they needed a miracle for the kindergarten teacher. The tornado had flung the family into a field, killing Annistyn and severely injuring Avalinn and her mom. Avalinn's dad and Alanna, who suffered less severe injuries, are out of the hospital now.

Rackley family's plight captured people's attention when a photograph of Avalinn and her sisters trying to take shelter in their bathroom started trending online. Sadly, they were not successful in it. In early December, tornadoes hit Kentucky, Missouri and three other American states and killed nearly 100 people.

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U.S. President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump as they track Santa Claus's movements with the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) Santa Tracker on Christmas Eve at the White House December 24, 2018 in Washington, DC. This is the 63rd straight year that NORAD has publicly tracked Santa’s sleigh on its global rounds. Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images

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