Former President Donald Trump's daughter-in-law said she was talking about a Senate bid with her family.
The former president's daughter-in-law said that it was a rare occasion that she agreed with the Vermont independent senator.
A spokesperson for the former president said this week the new social media platform likely will roll out within the next few months.
"I hear she's going to run for the Senate," the former president said at his Florida estate Friday evening during a dog charity event.
Republican Senator Richard Burr will retire after the 2022 election and his seat is expected to be hotly contested.
In addition to being supported by Republican leaders, Lara Trump was also chosen as the preferred candidate among other possible Republican contenders in the 2022 race.
"He is really the person that everyone will continue to turn to in order to help them get across the line," said the former president's daughter-in-law.
Donald Trump's daughter-in-law, a former television producer, has been heavily-linked with a Senate bid.
"There is a reality that it could be Donald Trump who gets inaugurated on January 20. We still have to wait and see what happens, Lara Trump told Fox Business Tuesday.
"I'm open to anything, but we're fighting for this election right now," Lara Trump said, referring to a Supreme Court filing seeking to overturn the election's results in President Donald Trump's favor.
The poll, which was conducted by the BUSR/UNLV Lee Business School, found 24 percent of respondents in North Carolina supporting Trump, if she decides to run in the state's Republican Senate primary election.
The president has publicly argued with Governor Brian Kemp, a Republican, over Georgia's election results and subsequent ballot audits.
Lara Trump could be the next Trump on the ballot but she told Fox & Friends she's focused on this past election before looking to the next one.
On Fox News Sunday she said the president's supporters across the nation feel the outcome is not even plausible.
The president's daughter-in-law said Trump was "just sitting back" as a legal process is played out.
Some of President Donald Trump's fiercest female allies have set out in a hot pink RV to try to drum up support among a crucial voting base—women in swing states across the country—ahead of this fall's election.
The brewery owner said he's not "anti-Trump" or "anti-anything," he just prefers to keep the bar as politically neutral as possible.
This is America. We pick our leaders through democratic politics. It's a system that can't function if one side feels morally justified in resorting to violence.
President Donald Trump's daughter-in-law and campaign adviser said the Vermont senator presents a "stark difference" to the Republicans in 2020.
"Stop. Grow up. Show some decency," Chesley B. Sullenberger III wrote.
Lara said she felt sad for Biden, which she claimed showed how poorly it was going for him because she should want him to fail.
Lara Trump could win or "at the very least it would be very competitive," retiring Republican Congressman Peter King said.
Lara Trump shared the stage with Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale, whose speech was interrupted by several attendees who broke out in "no border wall" chants.
Lara Trump seemed to side with Gabbard rather than Hillary Clinton, who suggested that Gabbard is a Russian asset.
Senior 2020 campaign adviser Lara Trump said average Americans had to "Google" who the Kurds of northern Syria even are before they could be outraged about President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw troops from the region.
Since the House officially launched the inquiry on September 24th, polling shows that American support for removing the president has increased.
"We don't put a lot of weight in those kind of polls," Lara Trump said, speaking for the Trump campaign.
Lara Trump isn't the first person in Donald Trump's orbit to use the refrain.
"Sad that we have to clarify these things," Lara Trump tweeted, along with a video of an interview she did on the matter.