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UNDERSTANDING TRUMP and HIS LOVE FOR FAST FOOD

 

“What’s in there? I like that, I want to have one,”  President Trump joked about a meal package as he helped to pass out to Hurricane Harvey victims at a Houston shelter today.

 

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Do you know that statement was not a polical correct statement.  Our President Trump is really down to earth, like junks food like most of us, according to Newt Gingrich’s book, “Understanding Trump”: 

 

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“Anytime a meal was served when I flew with Trump aboard his nicely outfitted 757, it was McDonald’s, Wendy’s, or similar fast food.  
Here was Trump, the billionaire with a big plane and a professional crew, and his personal taste leaned toward main street American fast food.    Friends who saw him in Palm Beach at the fancy Sunday brunch at his golf course reported the same pattern.  Trump would wander through the line and get a cheeseburger and fries.”  

 

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It has been wonderful to see Whites, Blacks, Hispanics, Middle-Easterns, Asians, etc.. helping each other through this difficult time.
This is what makes America great, colorblind. 

 

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May God bless the people of the great state of Texas.
 
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DAY OF PRAYER, HEALING FOR TEXAS on SEPT 3RD

When we pray together, we align our lives with God’s purpose.  We forgo our personal desires.  When we pray, it’s all about God and His Divine, and we know that our prayers will be answered.

 

Texas Governor Greg Abbott and President Donald Trump declared that September 3rd  will be a day to pray for those affected by Hurricane Harvey, including the first responders and volunteers who are helping others. 

 

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“We will pray as one united people for the future of this state and future of this country.  For healing and for  hope.   For rebuilding, and for the next great generation of Texans.”  Governor Abbott said, declaring this Sunday, Sept. 3, as a Day of Prayer in Texas.” 
 
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