Lara Trump makes a campaign stop in Panama City Beach


PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla. (WMBB)–The General Election is just a week away and President Trump’s family members continue to campaign on his behalf. Lara Trump made a stop in Panama City Beach for a rally Tuesday afternoon, hoping to secure Florida’s 29 electoral college votes and keep her father-in-law in office. Lara Trump greeted Republicans at Edgewater Beach Resort.

“I think really the panhandle’s the reason that Donald Trump won the state of Florida in 2016, we want to replicate that now in 2020,” said Lara Trump.

Over a hundred people showed up, decked out in “Make America Great Again” attire and cheering in support of President Trump.

“This really is a vote on November 3rd for two different futures of America. A future of prosperity, the American dream and patriotism, or a future of a socialist country,” said Trump.

While many people still have yet to cast their ballots in Bay County, Trump says she has a few things she wants voters to take into consideration before heading to the polls.

“It’s the best economy in the world, the lowest unemployment numbers in many respects in the history of our country, stock market highs, renegotiating bad trade deals,” said Trump.

With just days left until the election, Trump says taking back the house is crucial and she encourages fellow Republicans to do their part.

“When you talk to people, make sure they’re not only voting Donald Trump at the top of the ticket, they’re voting Republican all the way down the ticket ladies and gentlemen,” said Trump.

Lara Trump also made stops in Cocoa Beach and Pensacola. She is headed to North Carolina next.

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