Three allies of Lara Trump told the Times that she has been telling associates that she could run in two years to replace Sen. Richard Burr (R-N.C.), who plans to retire at the end of his term.
The upcoming Senate race is likely to be tight after North Carolina became more of a battleground state in this year’s election. President Trump held onto the state by 1.3 percentage points — a smaller margin than in 2016, hinting that the Tar Heel State may be looking more purple.
The president’s daughter-in-law, a former personal trainer and television producer for Insider Edition, married Eric Trump in 2014.
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