Lara Trump, a native of North Carolina and daughter-in-law of President Trump, speaks during a luncheon at the North Carolina GOP convention in Wilmington, N.C., Saturday, June 3, 2017. She is emerging as the face of his 2020 campaign.
Lara Trump, a native of North Carolina and daughter-in-law of President Trump, speaks during a luncheon at the North Carolina GOP convention in Wilmington, N.C., Saturday, June 3, 2017. She is emerging as the face of his 2020 campaign. Mike Spencer AP
Lara Trump, a native of North Carolina and daughter-in-law of President Trump, speaks during a luncheon at the North Carolina GOP convention in Wilmington, N.C., Saturday, June 3, 2017. She is emerging as the face of his 2020 campaign. Mike Spencer AP

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