Melania Trump will return to the campaign trail on Saturday with rallies in the critical battleground states of Wisconsin and Pennsylvania.
Now she has two more events on her schedule as the president will hold 14 rallies in the last three days before the election.
She'll be in West Bend, Wisconsin, and Wapwallopen, Pennsylvania - two states her husband needs in his column if he wants to defeat Democratic rival Joe Biden.
President Trump will also be in Pennsylvania on Saturday - he'll hold three rallies, making stops Bucks County, Reading, and Butler. And he'll be in Biden's birth city of Scranton on Monday.
Melania Trump will return to the campaign trail with two rallies on Saturday in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania
The president is trying to repeat his 2016 success - when he became the first Republican presidential candidate in more than 20 years to win the two states, which were part of the Democrats' 'blue wall' of defense in the midwest.
Biden leads in the polls in both of them: by four points in the RealClearPolitics average of polls in Pennsylvania and by six points in the RealClearPolitics average of polls in Wisconsin.
The first lady has combined praise for her husband with attacks on his rival during her campaign speeches.
'Donald is a fighter. He loves this country and he fights for you every single day,' she said Tuesday in Atglen, Pennsylvania, her first solo event of 2020.
She echoed many of her husband's attack lines in her campaign speech: calling Biden a 'socialist' who would 'destroy America' and attacking the news media's coverage of her, her husband and his administration.
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And she pointed out that they were back in their home state.
She ticked off a number of her husband's accomplishments including 'historic peace in the Middle East.'
'We didn't just talk about it, we moved our embassy to Jerusalem,' she noted.
The first lady also said the economy was 'restored.' 'And our unemployment shrank.'
She pledged that 'healthcare for every citizen remains a priority for him.'
Melania Trump also said her husband continues to work toward 'destroying the virus' - in reference to COVID, which the first family suffered from.
The first lady will be in Florida on Election