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originally posted by: Biigs
But what if you dont watch MSM, you get your TRUE info from trusted sources without bias, what if all the bad things that get said about trump you knew before it was splashed all over the place?
I havnt met trump and i dont have a chronological list of absolute truth from his own brain [excusing his own distorted recollection].
The raw simple facts are this; hes a famous, spot light hungry businessman with a trail of negative accusations and backed by a callous stuck up billionaire attitude. So hungry is he for fame and power hes now running for president. Would you think that sort of guy is the sort of guy you can respect from all walks of life and trust with the best interests of everyone and the planet?
originally posted by: angeldoll
a reply to: burdman30ott6
I don't like paying them either. But I do. Ya know, render unto Caesar that which is Caesar's. You know as well as I we have to do it to continue to enjoy the life we've build here. We have a good life. Taxes pay for much of it.
originally posted by: cavtrooper7
Impossible ,no discipline, strong will or common sense.
JUST another activist.
I don't NEED acceptance or followers.
70% are disappointments to me anyway,always service to self.
originally posted by: mOjOm
a reply to: BlueAjah
Well, no that's not the story I was talking about. I've never even heard of that story before. So I don't feel bad at all.
The one I'm talking about is the story about someone who helped him fix a flat on his limo once when he was stranded somewhere and asked for him to send flowers to his wife. When the flowers arrived it had a note saying that their mortgage was paid. That's the one I thought he was talking about.
Your story is something entirely different. I suppose we'd have to ask LesMisanthrope which one he was talking about to know for sure.
originally posted by: LesMisanthrope
Would a caring man pay off someone's mortgage when her husband committed suicide?
n the wake of her family tragedy, Jennifer Hudson has received a helping hand from a very unlikely source – Donald Trump.
Jennifer and some of her family members have been staying at the Trump International Hotel & Tower in Chicago – and Trump has been picking up the tab.
“They are safe,” Trump told People on Monday night. “She’s a great girl and we’re protecting them well.”
According to E! Online, Hudson has been staying at the hotel since arriving in Chicago on October 24 – the day her mother, Darnell Donerson, and brother, Jason Hudson, were found murdered, and her nephew, Julian King, was found missing.
In a little-publicized act of kindness, it has been reported that Donald Trump gave financial support to Marine Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi, the soldier held in a Mexican jail for 214 days.
Fox News’ Greta Van Susteren told her audience about the charitable effort on behalf of Mr. Trump, but also added this point about the President — he “wouldn’t even pick up the phone to help.”
Heroism occurs everyday in the workplace, with workers doing what's right without ever expecting to be rewarded. And then there are those too-rare occasions when a good deed gets due recognition. Donald Trump has decided to give a $10,000 gift to a bus driver in Buffalo, N.Y., who helped save a woman from taking her own life last month.
The billionaire real estate mogul, media personality and political upstart caught wind of the story as it began making headlines and going viral. And "The Donald" was so touched that he decided to send Barton a check for $10,000 for his heroism, without having met him. In publicly announcing the gift through Twitter, the 67-year-old Trump wrote:
The bus driver who saved the woman from jumping off the bridge was really cool, great guy. I'm going to send him $10, 000-he deserves it!
The private Boeing 727 of real estate tycoon Donald Trump arrived from Los Angeles at LaGuardia Airport Tuesday morning, carrying aboard an Orthodox Jewish child with a rare and still undiagnosed breathing illness.
The child, Andrew Ten, age 3, arrived with his parents — accompanied by three nurses who attend to him around the clock — to try to seek medical help in the New York area.
Trump made his plane available for the special trip to New York after the boy’s parents, Judy and Harold Ten, called Trump and told him of their plight.
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Commercial airlines refused to fly the child because he could not travel without an elaborate life-support system, which includes a portable oxygen tank, a suction machine, a breathing bag and an adrenaline syringe.
“Mr. Trump did not hesitate when we called him up. He said ‘yes, I’ll send my plane out,'” 29-year-old Harold Ten recalled shortly after he landed here Tuesday morning.
Asked why he thought Trump made his private jet available, Ten replied, “Because he is a good man. He has three children of his own and he knows what being a parent is all about.”
Ten said he believes that Trump fulfilled the Talmudic saying that “he who saves one person’s life is as if he saved the entire world.”