Trump Campaign Cites Support of NH Woman’s Group

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks to supporters during a rally, Tuesday, June 16, 2015, in Des Moines, Iowa. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)
AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall

GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump is touting the support he’s picked up from a woman’s group.

“In another sign that the Donald J. Trump for President campaign is the top tier GOP campaign, today we are proud to announce the release of the initial list of the ‘Women for Trump’ Coalition in New Hampshire,” stated Trump’s campaign in a press release.

The release said that the women’s coalition represents ten New Hampshire counties with roughly 160 politically minded women that support Trump for president.

The coalition is made up of former councilwoman and New Hampshire state representatives and GOP regional leaders.

GOP leader Lori Davis said she likes that Trump is honest and that he “isn’t afraid to tell the truth.”

Former state Rep. Paula Johnson said Trump will “create jobs and solve the illegal immigration crisis.”

Trump’s press release concluded, “It is great to see more Americans join us on our journey to the White House. Together, we will Make America Great Again!”