Kind-Hearted Donald Trump Strikes Again: President Honors Widow Of The Courageous World War II Lieutenant

Date June 27, 2018

Donald Trump once again proved himself as a good-hearted president while awarding Medal of Honor to the widow of a World War II soldier. This comes just over a month since he hugged mother of the gunned-down police officer during National Peace Officers' Memorial Service.


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First Lieutenant Garlin Murl Conner selflessly ordered his battalion to direct artillery fire to his position in order to save his fellow soldiers during the Battle of the Bulge.


Despite putting his life in a deadly risk, Conner survived and lived till the age of 79. 

President Trump posthumously presented the Medal of Honor to Paulene Conner, the brave lieutenant's widow. Trump praised his courage and gave a warm hug to Paulene:

He ordered fire on his own position, exactly where he was, courageously choosing to face death in order to save his own battalion and achieve victory for freedom.


Paulene was touched by the president's peace and looked exceptionally proud to see her late husband's memory being honored.

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People were very happy to see how President Trump brings recognition to such wonderful story, but some still see hidden agenda in his every move.

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