Ivanka Trump, Sarah Sanders and Kellyanne Conway Hit the Campaign Trail Ahead of Election

Playing Ivanka Trump Joins Other Female White House Staffers to Stump for Votes

Monday was ladies' night on the campaign trail as many women close to the president came out stumping for Republican candidates on the eve of election night. 

Ivanka Trump, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders and Kellyanne Conway took to the mic at a rally in Indiana. 

CNN’s Jake Tapper felt it was an "unusual" move having Ivanka, Sanders and Conway stumping since Trump himself loves to be on the trail. 

The move was seen as an attempt by Trump to boost his appeal among female voters in the final hours before Election Day. 

He crammed in three rallies in as many states Monday, and as the day went on, his voice got hoarse. 

Fox News’ Sean Hannity is taking heat for seeming to get a little too cozy with the president Monday at a rally, even getting up on stage to campaign for Trump. 

Earlier, the Fox News host had tweeted that he would not be on stage with Trump Monday night in Missouri. 

“To be clear, I will not be on stage campaigning with the president. I am covering final rally for my show,” Hannity wrote on Twitter Monday afternoon. 

Hours later, he was on stage with Trump, and even bashed his own colleagues. 

“Those folks back there are the fake news media,” he said, gesturing to the outlets clustered together covering the event, including Fox News, CNN, and MSNBC. 

Fox News later released a statement defending their team and reprimanding Hannity.

"Fox News does not condone any talent participating in campaign events. We have an extraordinary team of journalists helming our coverage tonight and we are extremely proud of their work. This was an unfortunate distraction and has been addressed," the statement read.

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