RALEIGH – Women for Trump co-founder Amy Kremer stopped by First in Freedom Daily headquarters Tuesday evening to engage with Trump supporters and rally the troops. Kremer’s road trip will end in a visit to the White House to meet with the president.
Kremer told us that she and women (and men) all over the country are pushing back against ‘Trump Derangement Syndrome,’ which seems to be reaching a fever pitch on the Left as the nation nears 2018 mid-term elections.
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Local Trump supporters enjoying the event let us know that they are intent on dispelling the narratives of the Left, proving them wrong by demonstrating strong support for the president from women across the country. They stand behind his Pro-Life and strong national security agenda, while also applauding the tax cuts a he helped to spearhead.
Recently Kremer received praise from the president after an appearance on Fox & Friends, in which she defended his immigration policies.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 28, 2018
After the appearance, Kremer was subjected to an onslaught of death threats for daring to defend a hard line on illegal immigration. Alas, she is undeterred in her role as a champion for President Trump and his policies.
We saw the importance of women’s support for Trump during the 2016 campaign, which proved solid despite the narrative pushed by the Left of the eventual commander-in-chief being an anti-woman sexist.
In North Carolina, particularly, rally after rally for candidate Trump enjoyed attendance and support from women of all stripes and backgrounds. 2020 is sure to place the Old North State on a short list of must wins states once again, especially notable with the RNC being held in Charlotte.