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Trump's daughter-in-law to attend Horry County GOP event

Lara Trump (Source: EricTrumpFoundation.com) Lara Trump (Source: EricTrumpFoundation.com)

HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) – Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s daughter-in-law will make an appearance along the Grand Strand on Thursday.

Robert Rabon, president of the Horry County Republican Party, said Lara Trump will attend the grand opening event for the local GOP’s victory headquarters.

Lara Trump is expected to arrive around 5:15 at the headquarters, which is located at 2431 East U.S. 501, according to Rabon.

All local Republican candidates are invited to attend the grand opening event as well.

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