President Trump’s tenure has marked a significant reversal in respect and admiration for our veterans and war heroes who made the ultimate sacrifice whatsapp lustige videos downloaden.
Nowhere was this more evident than during Memorial Day services at Arlington National Cemetery.
Trump changed up plans, going out of his way to visit what is known as Section 60, an area reserved for those who gave their lives in the Global War on Terror since 2001 bullguard internet security herunterladen.
Via Fox News Insider:
President Trump took a detour during his trip to Arlington National Cemetery in order to visit the graves of those Americans lost in Iraq and Afghanistan how can I download podcast.
Trump took a walk over to Section 60, which is dedicated to those who gave their lives in service from 2001 to the present.
Grieving family members were proud to see Trump and Vice President Pence visit typo3 bilder downloaden.
The unscheduled stop made for some incredibly touching moments with grieving family members.
This is why. The man genuinely loves and cares about America. pic.twitter.com/EZkYeHQJcV
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The boy pictured above is Christian Jacobs, who wore a replica uniform of his late father, Christopher Jacobs, a Marine Sgt under cover xp kostenlos. who was killed during a training accident in 2011.
The President gave Christian a high five upon meeting the young boy.
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President Trump & VP Pence meet Christian Jacobs, whose father gave his life for our country in 2011 grundgesetz kostenlos downloaden. ????????#MemorialDay pic.twitter.com/sPjOxVev6Y
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“Your father would be so proud of you,” Trump told Jacobs garmin gekaufte karte herunterladen. It was truly a tear-jerking moment on such an emotional day.
— Tara Copp (@TaraCopp) May 29, 2017
“I hope for you to come back soon, Daddy,” he said. “And I love you and hope for you to be here.”
In his Memorial Day speech, Trump honored Gold Star families by saying their fallen loved ones were “angels sent to us by God.”
“They all share one title in common—and that is the title of ‘hero’—real heroes,” the President said. “Though they were only here for a brief time before God called them home, their legacy will endure forever.”
One of the first things President Trump did after his inauguration in January was to visit Arlington and lay a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
This man truly loves and respects our men and women in uniform.
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