Melania Trump, in her first campaign speech since the Republican National Convention, says she is an immigrant who shares “love for this country” with her husband, Donald Trump, and says people must find a better way to “disagree with each other”. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT - NO REPORTER NARRATION Melania Trump, the wife of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, gave her first campaign speech since her controversial address to the Republican National Conventional in August. She was accused of plagiarizing parts of that speech from remarks given by Michelle Obama in 2008. Speaking at a rally in Pennsylvania, Melania Trump said that she was an immigrant who shares a "love for this country" with her husband. "He knows how to get things done, not just talk," she said. "He certainly knows how to shake things up, doesn't he?" The prospective first lady also spoke of the need for more civil discourse. "We have to find a better way to talk to each other, to disagree with each other," she said. Throughout the campaign Donald Trump has been accused of racist and sexist rhetoric and of using personal insults against his opponents. Melania Trump also spoke about what some of her priorities would be if her husband wins in November, including protecting young people from bullying on social media.