Lara Trump , the daughter-in-law of former President Trump , called on Americans living at the southern border to “arm up and get guns and be ready” in response to the influx of migrants arriving at the U.S. border. “I don’t know what you tell the people that live at...
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CNN’s Pamela Brown reports on Lara Trump’s, former senior adviser to Donald Trump, recent calls for citizens at the US-Mexico border to “arm up,” saying that violent rhetoric runs in the Trump family.
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Lara Trump ridiculed for questioning Kamala Harris’ qualifications as Twitter highlights VP’s accomplishments
Lara Trump has been ridiculed for being “less qualified to give policy advice than her father-in-law,” Donald Trump, after she attacked Kamala Harris’s qualifications for being vice president.In an appearance on “Justice With Judge Jeanine” on Saturday, Ms Trump called the Biden administration’s management of migrants on the US southern border "disgraceful”, before attacking Ms Harris – who has been tasked with responding to the alleged “crisis”.“I guess she assumed that she could just skirt by without doing anything,” Ms Trump told Jeannine Pirro of the first woman to serve as vice president. “I think she knew she...
Lara Trump, the daughter-in-law of Donald Trump, urged Americans living on the Mexico-U.S. border to "arm up and get guns and be ready" to use potentially lethal force amid a recent surge in border crossings by people from Central America. "I don't know what you tell the people that live...
Lara Trump has been slammed for claiming those who live near the southern border in America may need to arm themselves against migrants trying to enter the US. Trump’s daughter in law (luckily married to Eric Trump) attracted widespread criticism after, speaking on Fox News, she said: “I don’t know what you tell people that live at the southern border. I guess they better arm up and get guns and be ready and maybe they are going to have to start taking matters into their own hands.
Lara Trump, former President Donald Trump's daughter-in-law, on Saturday night urged Americans living at the southern border to "arm up" and "get guns" as she railed against President Joe Biden's immigration policies. In an appearance on Fox News' Justice With Judge Jeanine, Trump, who currently works as a contributor for...
Despite violent rhetoric from her family inciting the January 6th insurrection, Lara Trump suggested vigilante violence against people perceived to be from south of the southern border during a Saturday night appearance with Fox News personality Jeanine Pirro. The former president's daughter-in-law suggested residents of Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and...
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‘Arm up, get guns’: Lara Trump says those living near border may need to take action against migrant influx
Lara Trump has said that Americans living close to the southern border “better arm up and get guns and be ready, and maybe they will have to take matters into their own hands” while speaking to Fox News. The daughter-in-law of former president Donald Trump was discussing border security in her Saturday appearance on the conservative news channel. She also blasted vice president Kamala Harris for her efforts to try to address the root causes during her recent diplomatic tour of Central America. “She thinks she can just laugh off the crisis at the border and it’s embarrassing,” Ms Trump...
Lara Trump has suggested that those living near the US-Mexico border should arm themselves with guns. The wife of Eric Trump made the controversial comments over the weekend when discussing the country’s border security. The US has been fighting an ongoing battle with its border with Mexico after thousands of...
You don’t hear from Eric Trump as often as you hear from the president-turned-failed blogger’s other kids. In fact, you see his wife, former Inside Edition producer Lara Trump, in the news more often. There was even talk of her running for Senate, plans which appear to now be scotched. She’s also known for allegedly funneling money from a dog charity to line her father-in-law’s pockets. But even though she married into one of the world’s most controversial families, she’s shown she can play as hard as they can. For instance, she, too, can say things that sound an awful lot like an incitement to violence.
Lara Trump appeared on Fox News late Saturday and stoked fears about immigrants crossing the southern border before urging residents there to “arm up and get guns.” The former president’s daughter-in-law began by accusing Vice President Kamala Harris of “laughing off the crisis at the border” and then declared that Border Patrol and ICE agents are “being made a mockery of” as immigrants supposedly just stroll over the border. Apparently having forgotten about the events of Jan. 6, when similarly incendiary rhetoric vilifying authorities led to thousands storming the U.S. Capitol, Lara Trump took her fear-mongering to the next level with a message to residents near the border. “I don’t know what you tell the people that live at the southern border,” she said. “I guess they better arm up and get ready, and maybe they will have to take matters into their own hands,” she said, urging migrants against the “dangerous journey.”
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Vice President Kamala Harris made a trip to Guatemala this week to discuss the root cause of immigration but has yet to visit the U.S.-Mexico border to see the crisis firsthand. She told NBC's Lester Holt in an interview that "we’re going to the border. We have been to the border." But Lara Trump, a Fox News contributor and former Trump 2020 senior campaign advisor, says the vice president won't visit because it would draw more attention to the crisis.
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Lara Trump ’s decision Saturday not to run for the U.S. Senate in 2022 is a big deal on several levels. Her campaign would have been the first post-Trump-presidency test not only of whether a Trump scion could be electable, but also whether the family’s political dynasty could be expanded beyond the highly polarizing patriarch.
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As many know, Lara Trump is the wife of Eric Trump, and there have been many inklings that she may run for office (more on that soon). According to Glamour, Lara was born in North Carolina in 1982, and her roots with the state run deep. She even attended school at North Carolina State University.
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In former President Trump's first political appearance outside of his home state of Florida since leaving office, he gave his "complete and total endorsement" to Rep. Ted Budd (R-NC) for the state's open Senate seat.
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Donald Trump's daughter-in-law Lara Trump is ruling out a Senate run for the foreseeable future. Lara, who is married to the former president's son Eric Trump, made an official announcement about a possible run in her home state while attending the North Carolina GOP state convention on Saturday. After being...
Former President Donald Trump is backing Rep. Ted Budd for the Republican Senate nomination in North Carolina after his daughter-in-law Lara Trump announced she won't seek the open seat. Lara Trump, the wife of second son Eric Trump, made the announcement Saturday night as her father-in-law began his remarks at...
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The headliner was former President Trump, but it was his daughter-in-law that made news in a speech to the North Carolina GOP on Saturday evening. Lara Trump, married to Trump's son Eric, told the crowd she will not seek a U.S. Senate seat in North Carolina in 2022. Lara Trump said she thought about seeking the seat, which will be vacant next year, but cited the needs of her children.