For all you ultra-left-wing Donald Trump haters out there, here is something you will not read or hear about in your dishonest way-left-of-center news organizations.

Just before President-elect Donald Trump took office, he read an article about Shane Bouvet whose father had cancer. Shane said his father could not afford the cancer treatments, so he was not going to continue with the treatments. Mr. Trump invited Shane to a gathering at the Lincoln Memorial and had Shane seated in the VIP section. Mr. Trump invited Shane into his private tent, and Mr. Trump told his aide to cut him a check for $10,000 to help with his father’s cancer treatments. When Donald Trump became president, he invited Shane to the White House, where he pressed him another check with $5,000.

Democrat Nancy Pelosi, House minority leader from California and one of the richest people in Washington, made the statement that the tax cuts given to the working people were just crumbs. This $15,000 would be like a grain of sand to her, but you don’t see her giving her money away. You don’t see Democrat Chuck Schumer, Senate minority leader from New York and a very rich person, giving any of his money away either.


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