Melania Trump to hold a second fundraiser for Log Cabin Republicans

by Hailey Gomez
2D888F1 Atglen, U.S. 27th Oct, 2020. October 27, 2020 -Atglen, PA, United States: First Lady Melania Trump speaking at a rally for Donald Trump for president at The Barn at Stoneybrooke. (Photo by Michael Brochstein/Sipa USA) Credit: Sipa USA/Alamy Live News

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First Lady Melania Trump is set to host another fundraiser in July with a group of LGBT GOP affiliates known as the Log Cabin Republicans, according to the Washington Examiner.

The fundraiser is reportedly set for July 8 at the Trump Tower in New York City, making it the latest move by Trump’s campaign to pull in another voting bloc. With Melania Trump heading the event, the First Lady is notably making waves as November comes closer.

Melania Trump was last seen at her first fundraising event for the 2024 campaign in April with the Log Cabin Republicans, emphasizing the need for unity within the party across demographics.

“We must unite in our effort to establish a society where equality is the everyday experience of every American,” she previously said, according to the Washington Examiner. “Individual freedom provides a unifying set of principles and ultimately establishes our American way.”

Since President Donald Trump’s trial began earlier this year in New York City, his team has been taking advantage of the time within the Democratic area as Trump was seen visiting heavy liberal areas and hosting a rally in the Bronx.

During coverage of Trump’s May rally in the heavily Democratic New York area, liberal outlets such as CNN had reported the turn out was “much larger than the Biden campaign would like.” Some local residents who also showed up to the event commented on how they made the decision to leave the Democrat Party and instead support Trump.

“Donald Trump has promised to bring change and he’s proven that he can do that,” one resident told Fox News. “This isn’t somebody who’s just stepping into the political arena as he was in 2016. Now he’s experienced. He has went through what he’s had to go through. The man’s skin is as thick as steel. We are here for him because he is here for us.”

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