First lady Melania Trump, in the last dash for election 2020 gave her fourth solo campaign speech Monday afternoon in Huntersville, North Carolina.
“Why should we trust Joe Biden when he suggests he can do a better job? All you have to do is look back on his 47 years in political life to determine whether you think he is suddenly capable of putting the American people first,” Melania told a crowd of 300 supporters outdoors at Magnolia Woods, a popular wedding venue near Lake Norman.
“Americans can vote for a leader who holds our allies accountable OR a former Vice President who apologizes for American greatness. Today, we have a President who upholds and defends our justice system, we can vote to keep that a reality OR people can choose a candidate who is willing to pack the Supreme Court to protect a radical leftist agenda. We can vote for a President who protects our communities AND our law enforcement OR a politician who will defund them,” she added.
Melania sneered at the media for becoming a “political tool of the career politicians who choose to focus on the negative” and scolded Democrats who “wasted precious time and American taxpayer dollars on a sham impeachment.”
On the eve of Election Day, the First Lady made one last plea to North Carolina voters to turn out tomorrow to counteract the high turnout that saw over 100 million voters across the nation in the past week.
“When you vote tomorrow, you are choosing between a Washington outsider who will continue to do all he can to improve our country, a president with an America-first agenda, and proven results,” Melania said. “Or … you can choose Joe Biden. A career politician of over four decades with no results to point to.”
Melania added, “Joe Biden predicts a dark winter. His solution is to shut things down, to scare the people of our country and hurt our economy and our jobs. That is not leadership. That is trying to scare people for votes. My husband sees something different. While our nation has not escaped loss, in the wake of this tragedy, we have overcome so much.”
According to turnout in the Tar Heel State, it is reported that 4.5 million North Carolina residents have voted as of Saturday, more than 95% of those who voted in 2016.
Before the speech, a Huntersville police officer who was part of the first lady’s motorcade was hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries after being involved in a collision with another vehicle, local police said, according to WSOC TV. The First Lady is reported to have reached out to the officer after finding out about the incident.