G. McConway
September 11, 2023

Melania Trump 'Missing' Flyers Distributed at College Football Game

It looks like Ron DeSantis supporters are starting to fight back against Donald Trump.

Some flyers were distributed during the Iowa-Iowa State football game this weekend to bring to light the fact that Melania has been missing from the campaign trail.

The flyers were made to look like a missing persons flyer, complete with an emergency phone number to call if you have seen her, reported the Daily Caller.

The kicker… the phone number on the flyer is actually a number for the Mar-a-Lago resort where Trump now lives.

Where's Melania

This has not become an issue for Donald Trump just yet, but it is only a matter of time until this plays a larger role in this campaign.

The flyers were clearly distributed to bring to light the stark contrast between the DeSantis family and the Trump family

Casey DeSantis has been by Ron's side at every step of this campaign. She is a very attractive woman who is already drawing comparisons to Jackie O.

We have not seen this much fuss over a possible first lady since, well, Donald Trump ran in 2016.

Melania has not appeared at any Trump campaign events, nor has she attended any of his court hearings.

Meanwhile, Casey DeSantis has been appearing with Ron at all his events as well as campaigning on her own for him.

In addition to the flyers, a plane flew overhead asking the same question, "Where's Melania?"

DeSantis attended the game, sitting with Governor Reynolds in the stands. Doug Burgum also attended the game and spoke with fans before the game.

Trump showed up in a suit, hung out on fraternity row, cooked up some burgers, threw a few footballs, then watched the game from a private suite.

There is clearly a major contrast between the two men, and this would appear to be the new line of attack by the DeSantis campaign and the PACs supporting him.

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