Impossible to guess/know from here. If daughter has still valid visa, she will be allowed to board the US-bound flight and present herself for "inspection" at the airport. If can convince the CBP officer that only coming in temporarily and intends to depart upon conclusion of temporary visit, she should be admitted. I don't think you will be mentioned at all at the airport or POE.
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If your daughter has a valid Visitor visa and is able to convince CBP of her temporary visit she should be permitted to enter . If CBP is aware that you have overstayed and your daughter is coming to visit you she will have difficulty.
Customs and Border Protection officer at the port of entry can ask the reason for her trip and this could create potentially not only a problem for her but also for you if you are still in the US.
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