After three months of silence, Donald Trump's other half will take the stage once again. The Republican presidential candidate's wife, Melania Trump, is slated to speak at a Tuesday afternoon rally in Berwyn, Pennsylvania, a suburb of Philadelphia. CBS News reported Melania will talk about "her husband's policies for women, families, and children," as well as "what kind of first lady she'd be." Donald will be watching his wife's speech from North Carolina, though he's already tweeted about how "exciting" it will be and how there will be "big crowds" in attendance.
This will mark Melania's first speech since her infamous address at the Republican National Convention in July, when sharp listeners quickly noticed that many of Melania's lines were strikingly similar to those from a speech first lady Michelle Obama gave at the Democratic National Convention in 2008.
Though months have passed since the incident, the Pennsylvania Democratic Party wasn't about to let her live that one down before take two. In a press release announcing the event, the Democratic Party claimed to have an "advanced copy of the speech" that Melania would be giving. The linked speech, however, was actually a transcript of a speech Michelle gave last month in New Hampshire. Take a look below. Becca Stanek