Melania Trump delivered a blistering campaign speech in support of her husband on Tuesday, attacking Democrats for impeaching him, Joe Biden for criticizing him, and the media for focusing on ‘idle gossip and palace intrigue.’ In her first solo campaign stop of the year, the first lady didn’t hold back in a fiery address that made the case for voters to give President Donald Trump a second term, slamming his rival as a ‘socialist’ who would ‘destroy America.’ She described her husband as a ‘fighter’ and tried to turn one of his biggest areas of criticism into a strength: his steady stream of tweets. ‘Donald is a fighter. He loves this country and he fights for you every single day. For the first time in history, the citizens of this country get to hear directly and instantly from their President every single day through social media,’ she said. The first lady was in Pennsylvania, a critical battleground state that her husband needs in his corner come Election Day. Melania Trump also addressed questions she has faced about how her Be Best initiative combats online bullying but her husband frequently goes on the attack via his Twitter account, which has 87.3… Read full this story
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