First Lady Melania Trump In Solo Campaign Event Warns of Biden’s ‘Socialist’ Agenda
2020 Election

First Lady Melania Trump In Solo Campaign Event Warns of Biden’s ‘Socialist’ Agenda


First Lady Melania Trump in her first solo 2020 election campaign event slammed Democrats for being divisive in dividing America while blasting her husband, President Trump’s Democratic presidential rival as a “socialist” whose policy agenda will destroy America.

Melania, who was born and raised in then-Communist Slovenia, denounced Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden for his “socialist agenda” and policy, arguing what can he do now when he has done nothing to help Americans during his long four-decade political career.

“Joe Biden attacked President Trump’s decision to put the American people first and closing travel from China. He called it ‘Xenophobic hysteria.’ Now he suggests that he could have done a better job,” Melania said in a speech to a few hundred supporters in Atglen, Pennsylvania Tuesday afternoon. “Well, the American people can look at Joe Biden’s 36 years in Congress and eight years in the Vice Presidency and determine whether they think he’ll finally be able to get something done for the American people.”

“Joe Biden’s policy and socialist agenda will destroy America and all that has been built in the past four years,” Melania argued.

The First Lady pointed to events that occurred earlier this year prior to the outbreak, slamming Democrats for wasting “American tax-payer dollars in a sham impeachment” as they chose to focus on their “own agenda” over the nation.

“The Democrats have chosen to put their own agendas ahead of the American people’s well-being. Instead, they attempt to create a divide — a divide on something that should be non-partisan and non-controversial.  A divide that causes confusion and fear instead of hope and security. That is not leadership,” Melania said.

“Let us also not forget what the Democrats chose to focus on when COVID-19 first came into our country,” Melania continue. “While the President was taking decisive actions to keep the American people safe, the democrats were wasting American tax-payer dollars in a sham impeachment. They cared more about removing our elected president.”

“Meanwhile, I watched Donald continue to work hard to keep people informed and calm, to protect our economy, and make hard and unpopular decisions to do all he could to keep us all safe. This sham was led by opposition and their display of hatred is on display to this day,” she added.

In her remarks, Melania defended the Trump Administration on focusing to move forward in the fight to triumph over the virus, while the Democrats and the media, she argued continued in “promoting fear” all for “purely political ends.”

“This Administration chooses to keep moving forward during this pandemic, not backward. By moving forward, we demonstrate a fundamental value of our nation, our ability to rise to any challenge and overcome any hurdle. We don’t close down and hide in fear, we get to work to find real and lasting solutions,” she declared. “Our Administration remains 100% supportive of ensuring our nation is equipped with all the medical supplies we need, and getting a vaccine developed and distributed as safely and quickly as possible. This is something that both political parties should support, encourage, and celebrate. No one should be promoting fear of real solutions for purely political ends.”

The First Lady appearance at the campaign event occurred simultaneously while her husband was hopscotching across the Midwest battleground states, including Michigan, Wisconsin, and Nebraska. Melania was introduced by former White House counselor Kellyanne Conway, who noted that four years ago Melania made her first solo appearance on the campaign trail in the Keystone State just less than a week before Election Day.

Both ladies during their remarks urged Pennsylvanians to get out and vote, arguing the need to keep President Trump in the White House so “he can finish what he’s started and our country can continue to flourish.”

Mona Salama