DREXEL HILL, Pa. (WPVI) --Ivanka Trump came to the suburbs of Philadelphia Thursday to rally the party faithful at gatherings in Chester, Delaware, and Bucks counties.
"She is actually my favorite of the Trump children. I really admire her. She's a new mom, has a wonderful job. She juggles a lot in her life," Holly Falcon of West Chester, Pa. said.
At the Desmond Hotel in Malvern, Ivanka Trump talked about her parents and her vision for her children and the country.
"I think that one of the most amazing things my parents did is they enabled us to unearth what made us most passionate and never pushed us in any one direction," Trump said.
Over coffee and croissants, there was also conversation about what needs to happened to get Donald Trump elected.
"We have to stay together. We need unity, and I wish we had more unity in the Republican Party," Irene Lackman of Valley Forge, Pa. said.
Then, Ivanka Trump moved on to another gathering Drexel Hill, Delaware County.
"I am excited about Donald Trump's policies. I really look at the business angle, and I think in this country, we have way too high taxes for the corporations and too much regulations," Leslie Morgan of Radnor Township said.
As for new reports in the last 24 hours of women coming forward with allegations Donald Trump groped them, it is a non-issue for supporters we spoke with.
"It doesn't bother me at all. First of all, it happened 30 years ago - if it happened which he denies it and I believe him, it did not happen - they're going to have to prove that," Nancy Ricca of Broomall said.
Ivanka Trump moved to another coffee and conversation event in Ivyland, Bucks County. She will then make a stop for a dinner in King of Prussia, Montgomery County.
It was certainly a big push by the Trump campaign to rally supporters in the Philadelphia suburbs.