Lara Trump, a native of North Carolina and daughter-in-law of President Trump, speaks during a luncheon at the North Carolina GOP convention in Wilmington, N.C., Saturday, June 3, 2017. She is emerging as the face of his 2020 campaign.
Lara Trump, a native of North Carolina and daughter-in-law of President Trump, speaks during a luncheon at the North Carolina GOP convention in Wilmington, N.C., Saturday, June 3, 2017. She is emerging as the face of his 2020 campaign. Mike Spencer AP
Lara Trump, a native of North Carolina and daughter-in-law of President Trump, speaks during a luncheon at the North Carolina GOP convention in Wilmington, N.C., Saturday, June 3, 2017. She is emerging as the face of his 2020 campaign. Mike Spencer AP

The face of Donald Trump’s 2020 campaign

June 07, 2017 05:59 AM

UPDATED June 16, 2017 06:21 AM

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