During an election campaign, Melania Trump criticized her husband’s communication: she doesn’t always agree with how he says things. At the same time, she also defended the US president’s Twitter activities.
In her first campaign appearance in two months, First Lady Melania Trump defended US President Donald Trump’s Twitter activities. “For the first time in history, the citizens of this country can hear directly from their president via social media every day,” Melania Trump said Tuesday (local time) in Atglen, Pennsylvania, USA. “I don’t always agree with the way he says things. But it’s important to him that he speaks directly to the people he serves.”
A week before the US election, the First Lady accused the media of painting the wrong image of her husband – “one I don’t recognize.” Donald Trump was “persistent, successful and fair,” said Melania Trump. The interjection came from the audience: “And beautiful!” The first lady replied, “I agree.”
Melania Trump did not appear in Atglen alongside her husband, who campaigned for votes in other states on Tuesday. She thanked her for the encouragement she and her family had received when they became infected with the coronavirus. She expressed her condolences to the relatives of the victims of the pandemic. The first lady called on those in the locked room to follow CDC guidelines “to minimize the spread of the virus.” Donald Trump regularly ignores the guidelines.
Trump warns Democrat Biden to win an election
Melania Trump warned in her 18-minute speech that Democratic challenger Joe Biden would win the election next Tuesday. “Joe Biden’s political and socialist agenda will only serve to destroy America and everything that has been built over the past four years,” she said. “We need to keep Donald in the White House so he can finish what he started.”
Melania Trump noticeably restrained herself during the election campaign. She recently promoted her husband’s reelection with a speech in the White House Rose Garden at the Republican Congress on Aug. 25. Last week, she canceled a campaign performance with her husband in Pennsylvania. The reason the White House gave was “persistent cough.”