Vastavam web: US President Donald Trump’s family took centrestage at the Republican Convention, passionately rallying behind him and highlighting his political, economic and foreign achievements as they urged American voters to re-elect him for a second term. So far, first lady Melania Trump, president’s sons Donald Trump Jr and Eric Trump and daughter Tiffany Trump have addressed the Republican National Convention.
His another daughter and senior adviser Ivanka Trump, 38, will speak on Thursday, the last day of the convention. Donald is a husband who supports me in all that I do. He has built administration with an unprecedented number of women in leadership roles and has fostered an environment where the American people are always the priority. He welcomes different points of view and encourage thinking outside of the box.
“I know I speak for my husband and the family when I say we are so grateful that you have trusted him to be your president and we will be honoured to serve this incredible country for four more years, the First Lady said in her address to the Convention Tuesday from the Rose Garden on Tuesday. Melania, 50, said that Americans need Trump to be their president and commander-in-chief for four more years.
“He’s what is best for our country. We all know Donald Trump makes no secrets about how he feels about things. Total honesty is what we as citizens deserve from our President. Whether you like it or not, you always know what he’s thinking, and that is because he’s an authentic person who loves this country and its people, and wants to continue to make it better, she said.
Addressing the Convention’s first night on Monday, Donald Trump Jr, 42, said Trump’s America is a land of opportunity, a place of promise.” I was fortunate enough to grow up in a family that could afford the best schools and the finest universities, but a great education cannot be the exclusive right of the rich and powerful. It must be accessible to all. And that’s why my dad is pro school choice. That’s why he’s called education access the civil rights issue, not just of our time, but of all time, he said.
Addressing the convention, Eric Trump, 36, said his father ran for office, not because he needed the job, but because he knew hardworking people across this great country were being left behind. My father pledged to every American in every city, state and town: He Was Going to Make America Great Again, he said.