Trump Promised To Give The Grieving Family of a Slain Soldier $25,000. It Arrived With So Much More
In June, Trump called the grieving family of a soldier killed by the Taliban. Army Cpl. Dillon Baldridge was killed in June in an ambush attack. To help with the condolences, Trump offered the family a personal check of $25,000. It took four months but the check has finally come through. It arrived in a Fed Ex envelope from the Trump Organization. It was accompanied by a letter, from the President calling their son a hero.
The late Dillon, his wife and children.
The letter from President Trump:
Trump called Dillon an “American hero.”
The $25,000 check:
Gold Star worn in Dillon’s honor:
The family has great gratitude to the President plan to use the money to honor the memory of their son.
You can watch the video of the check arriving here.