Deneen Borelli Announced as Co-Chair of Women for Trump

By Tom Borelli

Deneen Borelli was appointed Co-Chair on the Women for Trump Coalition, which launched on Tuesday during an event attended by over 1,000 women in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania.


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The coalition, headed by Lara Trump, will recruit women from around the country to empower them with the necessary tools to re-elect President Trump.

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Borelli is “thrilled” to be a part of the coalition and is looking forward to working with women who love America and want to play a vital role in the 2020 presidential election.

Breitbart reports:

“I’m thrilled to serve as Co-Chair on the Women for Trump Coalition,” Deneen Borelli told Breitbart News’s Kyle Morris. “The coalition is comprised of amazing women from all walks of life who love our country and want to ensure freedom, safety and economic prosperity today and for the future by re-electing President Trump.”

Deneen greeted many enthusiastic attendees.

For more information about the Women for Trump Coalition visit the website here.

A group of abot 1,000 women gathered on last week to launch “Women For Trump 2020” effort to push the president over the finish line for 2020. Who says women don’t support Trump?

The women gathered for their kickoff rally in Pennsylvania, on July 16.

The group is touting the president’s record of success in office. They have put out these talking points detailing that record:

  • Women who make up 56% of the 6,000,000 new jobs created since President Trump took office
  • Women who are 50% of the Trump campaign team
  • Women who are part of the 600,000 women who were lifted out of poverty by Trump policies
  • Women who are part of the 12.3 million women-owned businesses under Trump and who bring in $1.8 trillion in revenue
  • Women who are part of the 1,800 new businesses started every day
  • Women who appreciate the $26 billion in new drugs savings
  • Women who helped contribute to the $108 million Trump raised in the first campaign quarter
  • Women who were half of the 975,000 individuals who donated in the same quarter

The media ignored the event, so here are some great tweets:

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