Active Duty Personnel and Military Vets Launch National Movement in Support of Donald Trump

Active Duty Personnel and Military Vets Launch National Movement in Support of Donald Trump

The GOP has always been able to count on the military to provide votes — but Donald Trump’s nomination briefly put those votes in doubt.

Throughout Trump’s campaign, the billionaire businessman made several comments that were unthinkable coming from a Republican candidate. He called the war in Iraq a mistake, he called nation-building a waste of time, and, in what may have been his most controversial moment, he questioned the heroism of John McCain. In a reference to McCain’s time as a tortured prisoner of war in Vietnam, Trump mused, “I prefer people who weren’t captured.”

But these moments don’t’ seem to have had a lasting effect on the nation’s veterans. Trump won the military vote, as expected, and has remained a fierce defender of the armed forces as commander-in-chief.

Now, several active duty soldiers and military vets have launched a national movement to support Trump’s efforts in the White House.

Read about their movement on the next page:

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