I don't post in the politics forum much, but I think this needs to be seen. I am attaching a screenshot, but it may be too small to read so I'll copy and paste as well.
Andrea Smith Morris
October 19 at 7:45pm ·
What I'm about to tell you is a very personal and precious memory that I have refused to talk about during this campaign season, although some that knew me back then have heard about it. I'm breaking my silence in response to an ad depicting a mother suggesting her "son would have no place in Donald Trump's world."
During about 2003-2009, I did a lot of traveling, speaking to advocacy groups about autism, special education and healthcare/TennCare issues. After a particularly difficult speech, for which my notes had flown off the top of my car onto I-65, I stepped out into the hallway to cry. This was not how I envisioned my life would be, telling strangers about my daughter's behaviors and tantrums. It was not a job I wanted. But as I sat down against the wall and stroked A's face on the framed photo of her I always brought to those engagements, I quietly prayed (aloud) that telling our story would make a difference.
I hadn't noticed that a man had entered the corridor and was standing a few feet away, along with another man and a woman, sheepishly waiting for me to stop praying. As I stood up from the floor with A's picture, he walked over to me and asked, "Is that your [daughter]? She's beautiful, just precious." He went on to tell me that he had heard part of my speech as they were leaving another conference room near ours and stopped to listen. He spent another 10 minutes or so, asking questions and listening intently to my answers. When he excused himself, he motioned to the woman to come over, took a long slip of paper (for all I knew) from her and folded it, then handed it to me. "I don't want your [daughter] to have to go without therapy while you're fighting with TennCare. This is your backup plan."
My daughter had a place in Donald Trump's world when he had absolutely nothing to gain from it. There was no tax right-off. No politics being played. He heard; he cared; he took action. That's all I have to say about Donald Trump...other than it's the man in the hall for whom I'm voting.
Thank you so very much from the bottom of my heart for posting this Nevertheless.
I had just come from sitting in a doctors waiting room where they had the news on. A young, black woman, who works for Trump was on with one of his daughter-in-laws. The young black woman was talking about something that happened within the past two weeks where there was another young woman... not sure if black , white or whatever... who was on hard times and everywhere she appealed for help had been turned away... and from what I understand she was living in a car... at the moment.
At least that is where she was found. None of the democrat sources would help her.
Somehow she made it to Trump tower and actually was talking with Mr. Trump. Now, he is helping her.
These kinds of things are things he never talks or boasts about.
If you want to search Fox and Friends 8 - 9 AM 10-24-2016 for the link to this story you can read the specifics for yourself... I did not make it up.