Known for her career as an activist for the right-wing Tea Party movement. In November 2015, she began her time as the national spokeswoman for Donald Trump's presidential campaign.
She graduated with her bachelor's degree in 2008 from the University of Texas at Dallas. She began her career with the Tea Party following the 2008 elections and after having voted for President Barack Obama.
In 2014, she unsuccessfully ran for the 32nd district seat in the US House of Representatives race in Texas. She received an endorsement from Sarah Palin.
She gave birth to her son, Christopher, at the age of 20.
She has been a vocal supporter of fellow Texan and Tea Party conservative Ted Cruz in past election cycles.