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Ivanka Trump campaigns for father Donald Trump in North Carolina, Arizona, Texas, Florida this week
Donald Trump’s eldest daughter and White House adviser Ivanka Trump has mostly appeared in political events alongside her father for much of his campaign. This time, she will be on her father’s campaign trail as she visits four states this week.
Ivanka will be making a case for her father as she visits North Carolina, Arizona, Texas, and Florida this week to help with Trump’s reelection. She will visit the four states in a span of four days to take part in Trump campaign events as well as a fundraiser in Texas. Ivanka hosted a “fireside chat” in Wilmington, North Carolina, Monday, marking her second visit to the state.
Trump and his campaign are zeroing in on North Carolina, a battleground state that voted in his favor back in 2016, hoping that the same will happen again in the November elections. Polls in the state show him in a head-to-head against his Democratic challenger, Joe Biden. Ivanka’s trips to these four states, which are crucial to her father’s reelection, also come at a time where Trump is struggling to appeal to suburban female voters, a group that could play an integral role in his reelection chances.
Trump will be trying to reach out to Hispanic voters in Arizona during his visit to the state Monday. The president served as host to a “Latinos for Trump” roundtable discussion. However, polls in Phoenix showed Biden leading by double-digits. Arizona has voted mainly Republican since 1996.
Meanwhile, Ivanka’s mother, Ivana Trump, appeared on the British talk show Loose Women on Monday. Ivana, who is Donald Trump’s first wife from 1977 to 1992, talked about her daughter’s duties in the White House and even said that Ivanka could be the country’s first female president in the future. Trump himself has also floated around the notion that Ivanka could run for office in the future, after slamming Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris in a rally in New Hampshire in August.
“I think she could one day be the first female president, definitely,” said Ivana. “She’s smart as hell. She’s beautiful. She’s au courant. And how much more could you have?”