Former President Donald Trump attended the funeral of Lynette “Diamond” Hardaway in Fayetteville, North Carolina on Saturday. Hardaway was a political commentator and half of the conservative duo Diamond and Silk with her sister Rochelle Richardson.
Hardaway rose to fame as a conservative media personality during the 2016 presidential election cycle, when she and her sister began supporting then-candidate Trump. The two women became known for their passionate support of his policies and his campaign, often appearing at rallies and events to speak in his favor.
At the funeral service, President Trump paid tribute to Hardaway’s life and legacy. He said that her death was “unexpected” and “bad news for all Americans”. He also praised her for being a “true patriot” who had dedicated her life to serving her country.
The celebration of life ceremony was attended by many other prominent figures , it was an emotional event that highlighted Hardaway's impact on American politics and culture.
Hardaway will be remembered as a powerful voice in conservative media who fought for what she believed in until the end. Her legacy will live on through her work, which has inspired countless people across the nation.