Lara Trump said Saturday on Justice with Judge Jeanine that Democrats must be fearful ahead of the midterms to have Barack Obama campaigning for them.

President Trump's predecessor has campaigned for Democrats in key races leading up to the Nov. 6 election.

Ms. Trump, senior adviser to the president's 2020 campaign, said on Saturday that Democrats are scared because of Trump's results.

"They must be pretty scared on the Democrat side if they're pulling out the big guns and they have Barack Obama out campaigning," she said.

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Ms. Trump, who is married to the president's son Eric, added that Obamacare was arguably "the most horrible" health care plan in the country's history.

"We finally have a president who understands and he wants to help people," she said. "I think it's very telling that Barack Obama is out there on the campaign trail."

She also said that President Trump is delivering results for women in America.

She noted that the female unemployment rate is at a 65-year low under Trump's administration.

"I think when women are by themselves in a voting booth on Tuesday, they're going to vote for Republicans."

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