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If your daughter is a beneficiary to the trust, and you are one of the two trustees, then she would have a right to certain accountings.
However, if she is not a beneficiary (and would only stand to inherit from the trust if the trust were changed to name her as a beneficiary or if you named her in your own will or trust), then she has no right to any such documents.
(Here is an article written primarily for trust beneficiaries in Texas that discusses what is required and how these disclosures need to be made, I understand you are on the other side of these disclosures, but the article is very well written and you should get a good idea of what is acceptable, and what is not from it: http://igjlaw.com/frank_ikard_articles/TEN%20THINGS%20THAT%20EVERY%20TRUST%20BENEFICIARY%20IN%20TEXAS%20SHOULD%20KNOW%203.pdf).
The biggest factor for you is determining whether or not your daughter is an actual beneficiary of the trust - if she is, then she has rights to information on the trust, if she is not, she does not have any rights to this information.