Lara Trump looked glamorous as the former president’s daughter-in-law walked the catwalk this weekend at a fashion show to help benefit a pet adoption charity in Mar-a-Lago, while being filmed by Kimberly Guilfoyle.
Lara, the wife of former President Donald Trump’s second son Eric, walked downstairs in a flowing blue corset dress by Parisian designer Anne Fontaine.
The former commander-in-chief’s daughter-in-law seemed to be having the time of her life, brushing her hair, playing for the cameras, twirling and showing off her legs in nude high heels.
“Someone (@bigdogranchrescue) made me pretend to be a model again today,” she wrote on social media, thanking the charity for participating.
Guilfoyle – girlfriend of the ex-president’s eldest son, Don Jr., did not go off the runway, but posted a video of Trump and photos with her fiancé’s sister-in-law.
Lara Trump looked glamorous, with the former president’s daughter-in-law walking the catwalk at a fashion show this weekend to help benefit a pet adoption charity in Mar-a-Lago
The two-day event — titled “Wine, WoMEN and Shoes” — was held at the President’s Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida and run by Big Dog Ranch Rescue.
Former President Trump did not appear, as he did in a surprise cameo at the 2021 event.
He called Lara, who helps put the event together, “incredible” before teasing at an eventual Senate battle for his daughter-in-law that never materialized.
The benefit not only includes the promise of booze and models, but also a “celebrity doggie fashion show.”
Big Dog Ranch Rescue promotes itself as “the largest no-cage dog rescue in the US.” We are committed to rescuing, caring for and adopting dogs into loving homes.”
Their president and founder Laurie Simmons – like both Trump and Guilfoyle – has often been a guest of Tucker Carlson on his Fox News show.
In a press release honoring Eric’s mother Ivana Trump following her death in 2022, the organization noted that “Eric and Lara Trump regularly participate in BDRR fundraisers to save dogs and that Lara has been instrumental in bringing about legislation preventing animal cruelty, including the ban on greyhound racing in Florida.”
A 2021 report from HuffPost claimed the organization has spent as much as $1.9 million on Trump’s properties in recent years.
Lara Trump worked the runway at a charity pet adoption fashion show this weekend
Kimberly Guilfoyle, Donald Trump Jr.’s fiancé, also attended the charity event
Lara, the wife of former President Donald Trump’s second son Eric, walked downstairs in a flowing blue corset dress by Parisian designer Anne Fontaine
The former commander-in-chief’s daughter-in-law seemed to be having the time of her life, brushing her hair, playing for the cameras, twirling and showing off her legs in nude high heels
“The quality of the service, the beauty of the venue and the excellent rate have earned us as a non-profit, as well as the generosity of supporters who sell out our event there each year, enabling us to rescue and house thousands of dogs. ‘
“Our investment there and at the other locations mentioned in the article has generated more than $12 million over an eight-year period, enabling us to continue our mission,” Simmons said in a statement expressing her ties to the family. Trump defended.
Claiming to have rescued more than 50,000 dogs since Big Dog Ranch Rescue was founded in 2008.
“Our mission is to rescue 5,000 dogs each year, cure them and place them in loving families, and educate people about the proper care of dogs and the importance of spaying and neutering,” their website claims.
Lara Trump served as an advisor to her father-in-law’s 2020 presidential campaign and spoke at the Conservative Political Action Conference at Maryland’s Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center this weekend.
“America is crumbling under Joe Biden,” she said during her speech, praising Trump’s efforts to lower unemployment compared to Biden’s.
Former President Trump again dominated the poll at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference, with 62 percent of polled attendees saying they want him as the 2024 GOP nominee.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, who skipped the annual confab that returned to the DC suburbs this year, was second again with 20 percent support.
Trump improved his performance from last February’s CPAC, where he received 55 percent support, while DeSantis’ support held steady. Last year, he got 21 percent when the conference was held in his home state of Florida.
Former Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake, who continues to falsely claim to have won her election, was voted the top choice to become Trump’s vice president.