As many Iowans hunkered down for a massive snowstorm in early January, Lara Trump convened a “MAGA Mommy” roundtable with a group of women at a local library.
Tucked in a conference room plastered with “Women for Trump” signs, the president’s daughter-in-law discussed the high costs of childcare, the economy and what she sees as the danger of a Democrat in the White House. Then, she posed some questions.
“How have your lives changed – have you seen anything change – since Donald Trump took office?” Trump asked the women, some of whom looked on while their children colored at a conference table. “Is there anything we can take back to him that you would like to see happen that hasn’t happened already?”