What Melania Trump said in the last election week.

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After being accused of being an absent First Lady, Melania Trump is now on the campaign trail with only one day left until the election.

Mrs. Trump was on site this week to rally voters in the swing state of Wisconsin and told supporters that her husband “is here to make a difference.

On Saturday, October 31, Melania stood on the podium in West Bend, Washington County, making her last desperate attempt to win Republican voters in the final days of the 2020 election.

“We are not politicians who have been working in Washington for a long time. My husband is here to make a difference for you and your families,” she said.

“Rather than unite our country and come together in this time of need, the media and the Democrats have decided together to attack the government,” Melania continued.

“While the President worked hard for you, the Democrats, backed by their media partners, wasted American time and taxpayer money on the Russian hoax and then the mock indictment. When will it stop?”

Regarding the coronavirus, Melania said “great progress has been made.

“We have now put in place careful security measures in every city and state,” she said, “These security measures will allow our children to return to the classroom. Our careful policies not only keep people safe, but also allow restaurants and stores to open and allow people to earn an income again.

She also said that COVID-19 is a “non-partisan” issue and that the Democrats “want to project feelings of fear and doubt for purely political reasons.

Trump won 67 percent of Washington County in 2016, but he won Wisconsin by nearly 23,000 votes.

LIVE: First Lady Melania Trump in West Bend, WI #WestBend #Wisconsin #FLOTUS

Text VOTE to 88022 https://t.co/WNPHFKDJVp

– Team Trump (text voice until 88022) (@TeamTrump) October 31, 2020

“He has done so much already. Imagine what he will achieve in four more years,” Melania said.

Melania will visit Charlotte, North Carolina today, November 2, to hold another event of the campaign before tomorrow.

The first lady spoke out against the Democrats in a rare political attack last week, criticizing Biden for having a “socialist agenda” that would “destroy America.
On Twitter, the First Lady twittered to thank the law enforcement agencies in Pennsylvania.

“Many thanks to all law enforcement agencies for their services. I know that the people of Pennsylvania and our country appreciate your concern for our safety,” she wrote on November 1.

Thank you to all law enforcement agencies for your services. I know that the people of Pennsylvania and our country appreciate that you are providing security for us. https://t.co/tKzsQs6KOW

– Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) November 1, 2020

The First Lady has also posted on Twitter in recent days to thank various organizations, including Log Cabin GOP and the Fort Bragg military base in North Carolina.

Many thanks to @FtBraggNC for organizing another impressive visit to your base yesterday! @POTUS @realDonaldTrump and I are grateful to the men & women of the US military & for the sacrifices they make to serve our country. May God bless our troops! https://t.co/EvAMiWDeoA

– Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) October 30, 2020

She also welcomed front line workers, school children and military families to the annual Halloween celebration on the south lawn of the White House.

@POTUS & I looked forward to welcoming the front line workers, school children, military families and all the wonderful costumed candy vendors on the south lawn of the White House for the annual Halloween celebration @WhiteHouse #Halloween. I wish everyone a safe and happy Halloween! #TrickOrTreat pic.twitter.com/WkIycLToSv

– Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) October 31, 2020.

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