BERWYN, Pa. (CBS) - Melania Trump made a campaign stop in on the Main Line Thursday for her husband, Donald Trump, as he tries to win Pennsylvania in next week's presidential election.
During her rally at the Main Line Sports Complex in Berwyn, Melania laid out issues she would tackle as First Lady:
"I will be an advocate for women and for children."
Mrs. Trump added women's issues are close to her heart:
"We cannot call ourselves a fully developed or advanced nation when 50-percent of our women live in poverty, when 60-million are without health insurance."
Melania says as First Lady she would also fight for children by taking a stand against cyber bullying:
"We must find better ways to honor and support the basic goodness of our children especially on social media."
Joining Mrs. Trump at the rally was vice presidential candidate Mike Pence's wife, Karen, Donald Trump's campaign manager, Kelly Anne Conway.
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