During a visit to his D.C. hotel the other day, President Donald Trump greeted his workers by handing them a massive wad of cash, as a way to thank them for their hard work.
We hear stories about the generosity of President Donald Trump all the time.
One of my favorites involved Iranian-American pastor Saeed Abedini.
Once he was freed (in early 2016), Abedini revealed that then-nominee Donald Trump helped provide for the needs of his family in Boise, Idaho, while he was locked up in an Iranian prison for his faith.
The pastor said Trump gave his family $10,000 while he was imprisoned for three-and-a-half years.
You didn’t hear about it — because President Trump does not “brag” or “boast” about helping others this way.
“I am finally free in a free country. Last year on the same day I was sick and in chains for Christ, and now I can vote to choose my next president,” Abedini said in a post on his Facebook page at the time.
“And most amazingly, I can vote for someone that I know fought for me and called my name so many times. He met my family and gave them a $10,000 gift.”
Let’s also not forget that Trump is doing the job of president for free. He donates his salary to charity or to various government agencies.
How many people would work for free, especially given the way this president is treated by certain people and groups?
Trump wants to help people — he appreciates Americans and their hard work. So it’s no surprise that he treated his employees that way.
God bless him.
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— HARLAN Z. HILL (@Harlan) November 24, 2019
This piece originally appeared in WayneDupree.com and is used by permission.
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