First Lady Melania Trump Hits the Campaign Trail in Pennsylvania Solo

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Melania Trump makes first to the campaign trail appearance in Pennsylvania.

First Lady Melania Trump delivered a blistering campaign speech in support of her husband on Tuesday.

She held nothing back as she attacked the Democratic Party for impeaching him as well as Joe Biden for his criticism and the media for focusing on ‘idle gossip and palace intrigue.’

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In her first solo campaign trail stop of the year, the first lady attempted to make a case for voters asking them to give President Donald Trump a second term. In her speech she accused his rival of being a ‘socialist’ who would ‘destroy America.’

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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.

Melania’s first stop took place on the same day her POTUS husband’s nominee, Amy Coney Barrett recited the judicial oath and was sworn in as Supreme Court Justice. The ceremony was administered by Chief Justice John.

More about Supreme Court Amy Coney Barrett

She was nominated by President Donald Trump and has served since October 27, 2020. She previously was a United States Circuit Judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit from 2017 to 2020.

Trump nominated Barrett to the Seventh Circuit and the Senate confirmed her on October 31, 2017. Before and while serving on the federal bench, she has been a Professor of Law at Notre Dame Law School, where she has taught civil procedure, constitutional law, and statutory interpretation.
On September 26, 2020, Trump announced his intention to nominate Barrett to succeed Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court of the United States. The United States Senate voted 52–48 to confirm her nomination, with all Democrats opposed and all but one Republican in favor.

Described as a protégé of Justice Antonin Scalia, Barrett supports an originalist interpretation of the Constitution.

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