BIRMINGHAM, Mich. (WJBK) - The daughter-in-law of President Donald Trump arrived in Michigan on Tuesday to talk with voters ahead of Election Day in November.
Lara Trump arrived in Southeast Michigan Tuesday and was in Birmingham to talk with voters, encouraging them to vote Republican.
"If you voted for Donald Trump in 2016, if you're happy with the direciton of the country under him, the most important thing you can do is vot ein the midterms," Lara Trump said.
She was with Republican gubernatorial candidate Bill Schuette and offered a little star power to combat recent visits by Bernie Sanders for his opponent, Democrat Gretchen Whitmer.
Schuette says his relationship with the First Family will open doors for the state, if he's elected governor.
"I'm going to walk in the front door of the White House and speak with President and ask for more federal funding coming back to Mchigan," Schuette said.
Lara Trump's visit also allowed a glimpse at the personal life of the leader of the free world, a side she says we may see more of in the future.
"The first thing he always asks me is How's my grandson. How is Luke doing? He loves family, he loves being together. He's very funny. He's the greatest story teller I've ever met and I think that gets lost often," Lara Trump said.
Whitmer will also have some star power show up as former President Barack Obama pulls into Michigan to campaign for Democrats.
Election Day is November 6th.