A Hurricane Florence survivor shakes Donald’s hand, then tells him what he did to honor his President.
When disaster strikes, our President doesn’t run from it.
He runs directly to the affected areas to meet victims, hand out supplies, and provide emotional support.
Who can forget the President’s visit to Houston after Hurricane Harvey?
A large crowd had gathered to greet him in Houston, and the President rallied the hurricane victims by telling them, “Texas can handle anything!”
And his visit to Las Vegas after that horrific shooting provided a great deal of comfort to the survivors, many of whom were Trump supporters.
Through all of these tragedies our country has faced, our President has proven himself to be a kind and caring man, as well as fighter and advocate for all Americans.
One Trump supporter couldn’t contain his appreciation for the President after spotting him visiting devastated areas in North Carolina, and he told the President of a heartwarming gesture he had performed in his honor.
From The Daily Caller:
“Trump visited the state of North Carolina and walked the streets of a ravaged neighborhood with ongoing flooding and destroyed homes.
Reporters caught a moment where an elderly man in the community approached Trump with his dog.
“I named my dog after you,” the man said.
‘That’s nice,’ Trump replied.
Trump, touring the Riverside neighborhood in New Bern, NC, where homes were ravaged by flooding, turns to the press, points to a man with pet on a leash and says: “He named his dog after me.”
The dog’s name is “Don T,” the homeowner told me. pic.twitter.com/ItY9WGf6DU
— Jennifer Jacobs (@JenniferJJacobs) September 19, 2018
This isn’t the first time supporters of the President have shown their support in this way.
After the President’s missile strike against Assad’s forces in Syria, a grateful Syrian man said he would “name his son Donald”.
As you can see, the President is much more popular than the liberal media would like you to believe.
Trump’s visit to homes affected by Hurricane Florence was a welcome morale boost for the devastated area.
The majority of North Carolinians who met him smiled and thanked him for coming; one man whose home and belongings had been destroyed said it “meant a lot” to have the President visit.
President Trump, despite the media’s assault on his attitude and personality, enjoys hearing from everyday people. This is a great way to do it, wouldn’t you say?
And isn’t that what true leadership is all about?
Source: The Daily Caller