Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump held a rally in Raleigh, North Carolina, and while he was there, he met the “Stump for Trump Girls.”
Trump introduced the women, Lynette Hardaway and Rochelle Richardson, as an “online sensation” and then asked them to “do a little routine.”
They didn’t disappoint him.
Hardaway stepped up to the plate, giving an impassioned speech about her support for Trump: “He’s gonna put that wall up. He’s gonna build that wall. And he’s gonna build it tall. And it’s gonna protect us all.”
Hardaway and Richardson have garnered national attention since August, when they began to publicly endorse Trump as a presidential candidate. Notably, they have been ardent supporters of his stances on immigration and have continued to perpetuate the notion that mass shootings, such as those taking place inside movie theaters, are committed by immigrants. This despite the fact that the shooters are often white males.