WHAT TRUE LEADERS DO
The afternoon of President Trump’s SOTU address 13 days ago, The Washington Post ran a story about a chat the President had with a campaign volunteer named Shane Bouvet:
The meeting was arranged after Trump said he read a profile about Bouvet. The struggling single father had spent nights working and days volunteering for Trump.
Days after the chat a $10,000 personal check from the President arrived in Shane’s mail. The money was used to pay for chemotherapy for Shane’s Dad who was suffering from bladder cancer.
Later, the President met with Bouvet—along with his father who is now cancer-free! “Very rarely do I hear a story like this,” the President said.
“I want to thank Mr. President for everything and the blessings that he’s done for me and my family,” Shane Bouvet said.