Tag: Veterans

Here is How Trump Saved the NYC Veterans Day Parade in 1995

President Trump has been a target for the media for years, with most stories showing how he is a corrupt businessman. Recently, a story emerged about how President Trump saved the New York City Veterans Day parade from certain failure. According to The Daily Caller: But while Trump will be making history Monday as he

Trump Will Historically Attend NYC Veterans Day Parade

President Trump will make history by attending the upcoming NYC Veterans Day Parade. According to Fox News: President Trump will make history next week when he and First Lady Melania attend the New York City Veterans Day Parade, marking the first time a sitting president has accepted the invitation to appear. Doug McGowan, chairman of the United Veterans War Council, appeared

President Trump is Honoring His Commitment to America’s Veterans

“As a candidate for President, I promised to make reforming the VA one of my absolute highest priorities. And from the first day of my Administration, that is exactly what we’ve done.” President Donald J. Trump HONORING OUR VETERANS’ SERVICE: President Donald J. Trump is committed to honoring our veterans’ service by ensuring they receive

This Memorial Day, President Trump Delivering A Win For Veterans

Memorial Day is our Nation’s solemn reminder that freedom is never free,” President Donald J. Trump wrote last year, proclaiming Memorial Day 2017 as a Day of Prayer for Permanent Peace. “It is a moment of collective reflection on the noble sacrifices of those who gave the last measure of devotion in service of our

VIDEO: President Trump Welcomes America’s Wounded Warriors

For many veterans, returning to civilian life can be a difficult transition. The Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) is there to help. WWP’s mission is to “to honor and empower Wounded Warriors,” which they accomplish by connecting veterans, their families, and caregivers to peers, programs, and communities that can help. The organization provides free mental health

President Trump Honors Veterans During African American History Month

    Both Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass were born in February, giving the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH) a good reason to choose this month to celebrate African American History. What began as a weeklong observance in 1926 became a month of recognition by the 1960s, made official by