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Melania Trump smiles and says 'I agree' as woman calls POTUS handsome at first lady's Pennsylvania rally

Melania, during the rally, at one point also talked about how she did not always 'agree with the way' Trump says things
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First Lady Melania Trump, on Tuesday, October 27, agreed that her husband President Donald Trump is "handsome" after a woman yelled it out during the FLOTUS' first solo campaign rally in Pennsylvania. Melania sharply attacked Democrats during her appearance. Melania, while speaking about her husband's achievements during his presidency, said: "Before my husband decided to run for president, the media loved him because they saw the man that I see every day — someone tough, successful, and fair." At that moment, a woman from the rally audience yelled out: "And handsome." The first lady responded to the remark with a smile and said: "I agree."

The former model continued: "A man who has a very big heart and a great sense of humor," adding "Donald loves helping people, and he loves seeing those around him, and his country, succeed." Melania, after landing at the Lancaster Airport near Lititz, traveled to Atglen, Clester County for the speech to campaign for Trump at a key battleground state his election faceoff with Democratic nominee Joe Biden.

Melania, during the rally, at one point also talked about how she did not always "agree with the way" Trump says things, but she highlighted his direct interaction with his supporters through social media accounts, primarily Twitter. The first lady said: "For the first time in history, the citizens of this country got to hear directly and instantly from their president every single day through social media."

"I don't always agree with the way he says things," she said while adding "but it is important to him, he speaks directly to the people he serves.". The FLOTUS later also surprised her supporters at the Republican Committee of Lancaster County with pizza and soda as she thanked them for their support and hard work. Just a day after the first lady's rally, President Trump also held one in Arizona on Wednesday, October 28, where he chuckled after one of his supporters shouted that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi should be sent to Mars. The incident took place while Trump was addressing his supporters at the rally and was promoting the restoration of space program under his administration.

Trump said: "America will land the first woman on the moon and the United States will be the first nation to land an astronaut on Mars. Maybe we should make that a woman too." This in when one of his supporters from the rally crowd shouted that Pelosi should be the one to be sent there. The president pointed this out to the rest of the crowd, saying: "He said, ‘Make it Nancy Pelosi.' Who said that? That’s pretty good, I have to say. Stand up please. Look at this guy. That’s pretty good. Are you a comedian professionally?" The president then addressed the media to clarify that he himself did not say it, “I didn’t say it. I’m just repeating it. You know?"

The first couple's rallies in key states come just days ahead of the presidential Election Day, scheduled to be held on November 3.