Lara Trump, the daughter-in-law of Donald Trump has shared a video from a notorious right-wing YouTube conspiracy theorist.

The 37-year-old, who is married to Eric Trump and is currently working as a senior advisor on the president's reelection campaign tweeted a link to a video on Friday afternoon with the message 'the best is yet to come.'

The video comes from a YouTuber going by the user name of 'JoeM' has over 180,000 subscribers on the website and is renowned for pushing the notorious QAnon conspiracy, a supposed secret 'deep state' plot against Trump and his supporters, which has been linked to multiple violent incidents and has been flagged by the FBI as a potential domestic terrorism threat.

According to Media Matters, JoeM has used his online profile to instigated harassment of individuals like former FBI director James Comey, while another of his QAnon videos have been linked to a YouTube account of a man who attempted to burn down a pizza restaurant in the midst of the widely debunked Pizzagate conspiracy.

The video that Lara Trump has shared is fairly inoffensive and is nothing more than a Trump speech set to a montage of patriotic images that would likely resonate with the president's supporters.

That being said it is still disconcerting that a senior member of the Trump team would be prepared to share content from a conspiracy theorist that sharing baseless information.

JoeM has since lashed out at those who have reported on Lara Trump sharing the video, calling Media Matters and journalist Aaron Rupar 'fake news' claiming that the video has nothing to do with Q.

HT Media Matters

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