The liberal media claims Trump is an evil, racist, bigoted orange guy. But what Trump really is — is a bold leader who is sternly tough and bullheaded when he sets out to complete a mission. Trump is also a warmhearted, good-natured man who helps people without any desire to be praised for it. Here’s just a few extremely gracious things that Trump has done for people throughout the year.
- housed Jennifer Hudson after family tragedy
- allowed homeless lady to live in Trump Tower
- paid off woman’s farm mortgage
- flew kid out to much-needed surgery
- paid a fan’s expensive restaurant bill
- flew his jet out to rescue abandoned U.S. Marines
- donated to a young, sick child
- truly inspired a former employee of his, who was terminally ill
- risked his life to save a man from getting killed by weaponized thug
- rewarded brave bus driver who stopped woman from committing suicide
- gave Sgt. Tahmooressi substantial financial support after he was freed from Mexico prison
- helped Vietnam Vets when they drastically needed it
- .. and so many other kind things that Trump has done for people throughout the years.
Well here we have another situation where PRESIDENT DONALD J. TRUMP has stepped up when no one else did, to help someone out.
23 year old man Shane Bouvet is a single father from the tiny town of Stonington, Illinois. Shane is a single father who is sadly struggling to support his family, financially. Shane lives paycheck-to-paycheck just to survive. During the 2016 Presidential campaign, Shane Bouvet selflessly volunteered his own time by delivering signs for the campaign and became the volunteer social media coordinator of Trump’s campaign in Illinois.
Due to Shane’s hard work and dedication, President Trump reached out to him and invited him to attend the Inauguration. Shane did not have any formal attire to wear to the classy event. But he got it all together and was able to attend!
Shane Bouvet, a 23-year-old single dad, was featured in a Washington Post story highlighting his visit to D.C. to support Donald Trump’s inauguration.
The paper revealed that Bouvet was headed to D.C. in a borrowed suit and donated shoes to celebrate Trump’s oath of office.
“This is pretty much the biggest thing I’ve done in my life,” Bouvet told the paper. “I don’t get out much. I’m a small-town, blue-collar guy.”
But a mere visit to Washington to see this historic day was far from the only notable thing about Bouvet’s visit, because Trump himself saw the paper’s feature on Bouvet and invited the young man to a one-on-one meeting.
On Thursday, only a day before he took the oath of office to become the 45th president of the United States of America, Donald Trump met Mr. Bouvet, shook his hand, and offered some help.
“This is the greatest guy,” Trump said as he shook Bouvet’s hand in a tented area behind the Lincoln Memorial on Thursday, the Post reported.
Bouvet called his father and had him say hello to the president in waiting. The President-elect laughed that Bouvet’s father, who is also named Don, has “a great name.”
After Bouvet’s phone call back home, Trump signed autographs for the young man’s son and then came the big surprise.
As Mr. Bouvet prepared to end his historic meeting with the President-elect, Donald Trump handed him a personal check for $10,000.
As he walked away stunned and crying, Bouvet muttered aloud, “Did that just happen?”
President Trump is truly a great and kind man. I am so proud to have him as my President.