Hillary Clinton has done her best to create the persona that Donald Trump is a hate-filled person. There are two problems with this narrative, Trump is revered by those people who he have come in contact with and, she is reviled by those who have had to serve in close proximity to her.
William Campudoni was a down on his luck boxer who had come to the end of his rope. Campudoni asked “God to please give me a purpose” before leaving St. Patrick’s Cathedral and walking down Fifth Avenue in New York.
He came to Trump Tower where he picks up the story: “I walked inside, and I said, ‘I’m looking for work. The next day, Trump hired me off the streets. He gave me five navy blue suits. He shook my hand and said, ‘Welcome to the family.’”
This is the latest in a long line of stories of salvation, opportunity and ultimately of success that Donald Trump has provided to his extended family.
She’s spent four decades in public life and we’re still waiting for something more than platitudes from Mrs. Clinton about how much she cares for “the little people.”
We’ve certainly heard from a number of women, one as young as twelve years old, who feel violated by Hillary Clinton.
As for her most recent statements about the ordinary people who work hard and are hopeful of a new direction for America she had this to say:
Character is what you do when no one is looking. When Mrs. Clinton thinks no one is looking she sells influence to foreign governments and international bankers.