Beautiful Melania Trump was pretty in pink as she joined her husband at a rally in Ohio.
The elegant first lady accompanied President Trump to Youngstown on Tuesday where a ‘salute to American heroes’ and a “Make America Great Again Rally” was held.
Melania wowed the crowd at the Covelli Centre as she arrived in her form-fitting, floral-print dress, walking effortlessly in matching pink suede heels by Christian Louboutin. Her laser cut floral dress was a $1,795 Monique Lhuillier design, according to The Daily Mail.
The first lady was obviously a big hit at the rally where crowds cheered as she spoke.
“It is truly great to be back in Ohio. This state means so much to us,” she said. “What a year it has been.”
“You voted for a man who has pledged to renew the American Dream,” she continued speaking without looking at any notes. “As president, my husband will continue to fight each and every day to ensure our security, defend our livelihood and rebuild the foundations of fortune that have made the United States the land of opportunity.”
Despite obstacles from those in Washington, D.C. the first lady was confident Trump would continue to fulfill his campaign promises.
“I know my husband and he will never give up,” she told the cheering crowd. “When it comes to the country and the people he loves, you can always count on him. ”
Also attending the event were Trump’s son Eric and his wife Lara who is six months pregnant, expecting a baby boy in September.
Lara showed off her baby bump at the rally where she also spoke to the crowd, bashing the media, protesters and the Russia investigation, the Daily Mail reported.
“Donald Trump loves this country. Donald Trump loves the people of this country, he loves our military, he loves our law enforcement and ladies and gentlemen, they can work as hard as they want against him but I have never seen anyone out-work my father-in-law,” she said. “They better buckle up because they have seven more years.”
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