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Trump Just Negotiated A Deal That Puts THIS Many Vets To Work


The President has proven in his short time in office that reducing the deficit and protecting and defending our military veterans is a top priority for him. He has already decreased the debt level by half a percent. Now he has worked to employ ex veterans looking for civilian work. While liberals decry conservatives and welcome refugees with open arms they are denying their own citizens who have faithfully protected our freedoms. They would rather help those who they don’t represent than those who they do.

Perhaps they have forgotten who elected them into office.

Is Patriotism dead? Earlier this year, Virginia Tech coach Buzz Williams brought in military veterans and had his players stand face-to-face with them because he was tired of how his players were behaving during the National Anthem

Trump has been meeting with various executives and businesses to negotiate deals. One of the greatest deals he has been able to negotiate is with IBM. The company is now looking to open twenty new P-TECH schools across the United States. In these new schools they will train and hire approximately two thousand veterans to work for them.

Liberals will hate it because IBM is known for their large use of H1b visas. But Trump’s close connection with their CEO Ginni Rometty likely helped. She serves on the Presidents advisory board. They had a business relationship prior to his election to President. Now the corporation who usually outsources will be employing more Americans, more veteran Americans no less.

The President has already had a plethora of events and functions honoring military and law enforcment personnel at the White House since the inauguration. Congress has passed two laws that incentivize businesses through tax credits to hire veterans. In less than two months the President has made more of a priority of veterans issues than the previous administration did during their entire duration.

This is exactly what America needs right now. The boost and the camaraderie. This is one step in the process of making America great again.



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Baron Von Kowenhoven

Baron was just a shy kid with a dream, growing up in the 40's with a knack for story-telling. After a brief career in film, Von Kowenhoven went to Europe in search of fringe-scientific discoveries and returned in the 90's to unleash them on the entertainment and political landscape of America.

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