• July 25, 2024

After WWII Vet Tells Trump to Fight On

After WWII Vet Tells Trump to Fight On – Donald Sends Him a Heartwarming Invite

Former President Donald Trump has faced unprecedented challenges in his bid to regain the White House. He has fended off historic attacks from the leftist mainstream media establishment and legal cases that have created black marks on the nation.

Still, the president understands that what he has faced doesn’t compare to the struggles and pain endured by arguably the Greatest Generation in U.S. history. This generation succeeded against unfathomable destruction and tyranny during World War II. Their accomplishments are celebrated each year on June 6, the anniversary of Allied troops storming into Europe.

During a video call this week, Trump spoke with a group of World War II veterans. The veterans encouraged him, and he made a huge promise to them.

From the Daily Caller:
The former president spoke digitally with veterans Donald Cobb, Steve Melnikoff, George Cross and Harold Radish on the 80th anniversary of D-Day, the Allied Forces’ most notable victory during the war. The president attended the video call while aboard Trump Force One en route to Arizona.

“Well, it’s an honor to listen to you. It’s a real honor,” Trump said. “Go ahead, let me hear. And I have all the time you want. I hope you can hear me okay.”

“I can hear you … stay healthy and keep up a good fight in November,” one veteran said.

“I think we’re going to, and I just want to thank you all, and I’ll make you a deal. I’ll see you in the White House in January, okay? You’ll be my first group. I’ll see you in the White House in January, okay?”

Trump has been an ardent supporter of the military and veterans groups. He has called out the current administration for not supporting the U.S. military enough as the world faces military uprising and wars around the globe. Trump celebrated his meeting with the veterans with a post on the Truth Social platform.

“A great honor to speak with four wonderful D-Day Heroes — Donald Cobb, Steve Melnikoff, George Cross, and Harold Radish, from my plane going to Arizona. I LOVE YOU ALL, see you in the White House!” Trump wrote.

Leaders from the U.S. and France joined veterans during a ceremony commemorating the 80th anniversary of D-Day Thursday morning in Normandy, France. The ceremony anticipated that 150 American veterans who fought on D-Day would be present, and 11 of these Americans were given the Legion of Honor, the highest civilian and military award in France, according to news reports.

Key Takeaways:

  • Trump promised veterans that they could visit him at the White House in January.
  • A World War II veteran told Trump to have a “good fight” in the November election.
  • Trump celebrated the anniversary of D-Day with a group of veterans on a video call.

Source: Daily Caller

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Sean Kerrvin

Sean is a former mainstream media journalist who walked away from the leftist machine. He now works to deliver news and insights to benefit Americans who want truth and liberty to prevail under the Constitution.

Sean is a former mainstream media journalist who walked away from the leftist machine. He now works to deliver news and insights to benefit Americans who want truth and liberty to prevail under the Constitution.

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