Donald and Melania Trump Heaps Praise On American Troops on Veterans Day

Former president Donald Trump and his beautiful wife Melania Trump, the former first lady, recently celebrated Veterans Day by expressing their patriotism via social media. 

Donald Trump posted a video address in which he thanked the brave service personnel for their sacrifices.

“On this Veterans Day I’d like to pay tribute to all of those incredible people—and you are indeed incredible people—who serve so well and so strong and so powerfully in the United States Armed Forces. We love you, our nation respects you, the world respects you,” Trump stated.

“We will come back. Our country has gone through a lot. The last period of time has been very, very tough watching what you had to watch, but our country will be back and be back stronger than ever. Happy Veterans Day,” he added.

In the said video, Trump was seen sitting at a large desk and wearing a dark suit with a red tie throughout the 38-second video. It appeared that the video was recorded in a room resembling the Oval Office of the White House.

As it did in the Oval Office’s Oval Office, an American flag was displayed behind the president’s right shoulder. A telephone was placed on Trump’s desk to his right. The windows behind the desk were not there as in the Oval Office. Instead, a small number of blinds, resembling closet doors, were installed. The real location of Trump’s recording is unknown.

Meanwhile, Melania used her Twitter account to send her heartfelt message to the courageous troops who always do their best to make sure that we enjoy our full liberty while existing in a secure world.

“This #VeteransDay, we pause to recognize the selfless men & women who have fearlessly protected our Nation’s freedoms. They bravely answered the call to serve & have earned the respect that comes with defending our great flag,” she tweeted last weekend.

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