EXCLUSIVE — Lara Trump: ‘Whatever Happens, We will Be Together as a Family’

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Donald Trump’s daughter-in-law Lara Trump spoke to Breitbart on Tuesday afternoon, with just hours left before polls closed on Election Day, explaining that she feels a sense of calm knowing the family did all they could to get her father-in-law elected President of the United States.

“We’re very excited. It’s all led up to today,” Trump, who is married to Eric Trump told Breitbart during a phone call Tuesday afternoon. “I think we are all sort of a little bit in shock that today is the big day because we’ve all been working so hard and it’s been 18 months [of campaigning] now.”

“There’s actually an odd sense of calm that I have, and I think it comes from knowing that really that we all did everything we could and we all really gave it our best out on the campaign trail. Now, it’s up to the voters. We feel good about that,” she added. 

Her father-in-law posted on Twitter that he will be watching the results from Trump Tower with his family.

“Since the primaries, we’ve all gathered to watch the results come in for every primary and tonight will be no different,” Lara Trump added. “Whatever happens, we will be together as a family, which is how we started this whole thing.”


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