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Melania Trump Rips Into Joe Biden In First Solo Campaign Of The Year

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Melania Trump Rips Into Joe Biden In First Solo Campaign Of The Year

Melania Trump has ripped into Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden in her latest campaign speech in Atglen, Pennsylvania, slamming his 'socialist agenda'.

In her first solo campaign appearance this year, Melania told supporters: "Joe Biden attacked Trump's decision to close travel from China. He called it 'xenophobic hysteria.' Now he suggests that he could have done a better job."

"Well, the American people can look at Joe Biden's 36 years in Congress and eight years in the V.P. and determine if he will be able to finally get something done for the American people," she continued.

"Joe Biden's policy and socialist agenda will destroy America and all that has been built in the past four years," Trump asserted.

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The campaign event was moderated by former White House advisor Kellyanne Conway, who recently recovered from COVID-19 after being diagnosed around the time that both Donald and Melania Trump were also told they tested positive for the deadly virus.

Melania continued: "Joe Biden's policy and socialist agenda will destroy America and all that has been built in the past four years."

She continued to slam the Democrats for pushing their 'own agenda' ahead of the country's well-being, saying: "Let us also not forget what the Dems chose to focus on when the pandemic entered our country. The Dems were wasting American taxpayer dollars in a sham impeachment. They cared more about removing our elected president."

The First Lady also commended her husband's frequent use of social media - particularly Twitter - saying that while she doesn't necessarily agree with everything he says, she supports hiss method of speaking 'directly to the people.'

"For the first time in history, the citizens of this country hear directly from their president through social media," Melania said.

"I do not always agree with the way he says things," she told the crowd. "But it is important to hear that he speaks directly to the people he serves."

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The US presidential election takes place on November 3rd, with the battle between Donald Trump and Joe Biden getting more intense as election day nears.

Featured Image Credit: Marc Nozell

Topics: News, Trump, Politics

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