Trump’s 2020 campaign, Donald J. Trump for President, Inc., this week announced the launch of “Women for Trump,” a coalition to court female voters in supporting the second term reelection of Trump.
Lara Trump, the president’s daughter-in-law and one of the key leaders of the campaign, launched “Women for Trump” at a King of Prussia casino in the Philadelphia suburbs on Tuesday. In front of several hundred women Lara Trump asked the crowd: “Is your life better now than it was before Donald Trump got elected? Do you have a little more money in your bank account, did you get a break on your tax return this year?”
Lara Trump was joined by other leaders of the coalition, including Republican National Committee chair Ronna McDaniel, Kimberly Guilfoyle, a former Fox News host who’s now serving as a top adviser to the campaign, American Tea Party activist Katrina Pierson, as well as Trump 2020 reelection campaign staffers Mercedes Schlapp and Kayleigh McEnany.
“Because of President Trump’s policies, women have seen large gains in employment numbers, in securing our communities and most importantly in equipping the next generation of female leaders” Lara Trump said, in a statement emailed to Newsweek. “‘Women for Trump’ will not only highlight the President’s clear record of success during his first term but will share a vision of empowerment and prosperity for every person in every corner of our country.”
The Trump campaign noted that the president had more female donors than any of his Democratic opponents in the first quarter of 2019. These contributions accounted for nearly half of the total received during that period.
“There never has been a president that has worked so hard on behalf of American women as President Trump,” Guilfoyle, who’s currently dating the president’s son, Donald Trump Jr., said. “People can argue politics all day long, but the numbers are the numbers and they simply cannot be debated nor ignored. It is an honor for me to be part of this movement.”
Here are the other key members of “Women for Trump”:
Harmeet Dhillon, California.
Deneen Borelli, Connecticut.
Attorney General Pam Bondi, Florida.
Katrina Campins, Florida.
Stacey Dash, Florida.
Dr. Gina Loudon, Florida.
Madison Gesiotto, Ohio.
Governor Jan Brewer, Arizona
Mary Ann Mendoza, Arizona
Margarita “Maggie” Palau-Hernandez, California
Cissie Graham Lynch, Florida
Pastor Paula White, Florida
Ginger Howard, Georgia
Dr. Alveda King, Georgia
Julianne Thompson, Georgia
Tana Goertz, Iowa
Chonda Pierce, Kentucky
Merlynn Carson, Maryland
Meshawn Maddock, Michigan
Lynne Blankenbeker, New Hampshire
Kaya Jones, New Jersey
Danielle D’Souza Gill, New York
Naomi Levin, New York
Debbie Meadows, North Carolina
Diamond & Silk, North Carolina
Bernadette “Bernie” Comfort, Pennsylvania
Rose Somma Tennent, Pennsylvania
Christine Toretti, Pennsylvania
Sheriff Carolyn “Bunny” Welsh, Pennsylvania
Amber Richards, South Carolina
Mica Mosbacher, Texas
Dr. Shyla Valentine, Texas
Becki Falwell, Virginia
Penny Nance, Virginia
Nancy Schulze, Virginia
Jessie Jane Duff, Washington D.C.