MISS UNIVERSE WARNS THE WORLD: DONALD TRUMP Is NOT WHO YOU THINK HE IS …
As you probably already know, Donald Trump was painted as a womanizer by the media during his run for president. They found unattractive women that made public claims that he abused them as he was always desperate for women’s attention. Now, one famous Miss Universe has come out to tell a different story. Tara Conner, Miss USA and Miss Universe from 1996, has shared a story which paints a totally different picture about president Trump.
Conner was sexually abused by her uncle since the age of 3, and later she suffered another shock in her life when her parents divorced. She gave in to alcohol and drugs, and she was an easy target for years. When she applied for the pageant owned by Donald Trump and she could have been easily replaced, he decided to give her a second chance. “It was 10 years ago that I got out of treatment, and I thank him for my 10 years of recovery. I will always be profoundly grateful. He saved my life and, essentially, made me great again,” Conner wrote recently.
Of course, Trump never forget her difficult journey, and is determined to give second chances to everyone who needs it. Here’s what Lara Conner said about president Trump:
“There are 22 million Americans who suffer with a substance use disorder. Only one in 10 of them has the opportunity to receive treatment for addiction. My boss set an example for employers to help folks who, like me, would not have been able to otherwise afford treatment or even know how and where to look for help.
Untreated addiction costs the U.S. economy $442 billion a year — twice what is spent on diabetes. Sadly, we lose 350 American lives each day to this domestic crisis, which now steals more youth from us than car accidents or guns.
Our president understands firsthand the life-long damage of addiction and how substance use at a young age creates a destructive cycle into an adulthood of suffering and isolation. He has often courageously spoken publicly about how his brother Freddy lost his battle with alcoholism and died in 1981.
The president vowed in his speech to Congress that ‘we will stop the drugs from pouring into our country and poisoning our youth — and we will expand treatment for those who have become so badly addicted.’ I am confident he will keep his promises.
The president should also know that I am committed to supporting him in any way that I can. It is the least I can do considering what he did for me.”
This is the real picture for president Donald Trump – a compassionate leader who is trying to right every wrong, and you shouldn’t let the crooked media tell you otherwise.