Trump’s Daughter-In-Law Lara Seeking Senate Run
Outgoing US President Donald Trump’s daughter-in-law Lara Lea Trump (38) is considering a run for Senate in her home state of North Carolina in 2022, reports AFP citing original reports published in several US media.
The reports come as Donald Trump continues refusing November 3 presidential election loss to Democrat Joe Biden and taking baseless fraud claims to reverse election results.
Lara Trump, born in Wilmington, North Carolina, is a former American television producer and campaign adviser to the 45th president of the United States, Donald Trump.
She is married to the president’s son Eric Trump since 2014 with whom she has two children.
Of her education, Lara did a Bachelor of Arts degree from North Carolina State University and also studied at the French Culinary Institute in New York..
Lara’s news of Senate run consideration emerges as current North Carolina Republican senator Richard Burr has already said he will not seek reelection that year.
But her desire would not be so easily met as several other high profile Republican aspirants including Donald Trump’s current chief of staff Mark Meadows as well as former governor Pat McCrory and outgoing Lt Governor Dan Forest are already in the field.
North Carolina is usually a Republican stronghold which voted for Donald Trump this time and earlier in 2016 as well. But it is increasingly viewed as a possible swing state.