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originally posted by: underwerks
a reply to: tamusan
Remember, everything negative about Donald Trump is completely made up. Follow that, and you’ll fit in well here.
There’s no way he could ever be guilty of what he’s accused of. This coastal elite who made his living off of defrauding contractors and shady deals with hostile foreign nations would never act like a coastal elite that made his living off of defrauding contractors and shady deals with hostile foreign nations.
originally posted by: tamusan
The article is not about McCain.
They are saying that Trump said this about the people who died in World War 1 because he didn't want to go to the memorial.
Is it true? I don't know why I was asking here. It's clear a bunch of you didn't read the article or at least I hope that's what it is.
originally posted by: Sookiechacha
a reply to: DanDanDat
Are you claiming President Bone Spur is being swift boated?
The U.S Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) announced today the release of the President’s Roadmap to Empower Veterans and End a National Tragedy of Suicide (PREVENTS), an historic, nationwide plan to raise awareness about mental health, connect Veterans and others at risk of suicide to federal and local resources, and facilitate focused and coordinated research into suicide.
The roadmap is the result of an Executive Order President Trump signed March 5, 2019, calling on the Departments of Veterans Affairs, Defense, Health and Human Services and several others to develop a comprehensive strategy for ending the national tragedy of suicide.
The order was signed as data continue to show 132 Americans, including 20 service members, former never federally activated Guard and Reserve members, and Veterans; die on average each day by suicide.
“Veteran suicide is a tragedy this country started measuring in the decades following the Civil War, but one that sadly went unaddressed for generations,” said President Trump. “Today, my administration is taking steps to ensure the men and women who bravely fought for us when they were called will be given the care and attention, they need during some of their darkest hours. Our Veterans will lead the way for all Americans as we end the stigma that for too long has kept us from talking openly about mental health and thwarted our efforts to provide the kind of assistance and support that will save lives.”
originally posted by: xuenchen
Any Means Necessary on display 😃
originally posted by: andy06shake
a reply to: tamusan
Bad hair day was way too much of an inconvenience.
He was not allowed out to play that day, just ask the secret service.
Plus his helicopter apparently doesn't work in the rain.