Trump Vows To Increase Wounded Warriors By 2,000%
DES MOINES, Iowa — Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump is skipping the presidential debate on Thursday so he can instead hold a fundraiser to uphold his promise to increase wounded warriors by 2,000 percent.
"I support all veteran organizations that help wounded warriors," Trump told members of the media. "When I'm elected president, I promise that there will be more wounded warriors than ever before in history. We'll be fighting wars with countries I've never even heard of before. It'll be a bloodbath."
It's all part of Trump's campaign to stimulate the economy and "make America great again," and he says he is "looking at the bigger picture" and focusing on ways to help beleaguered sectors of the economy — with a priority on increasing the number of veterans to care for.
Trump went on to say that he will focus on nations harboring ISIS first, while moving onto "loser" countries later.
"Syria? Gone. ISIS? Gone. Anything that has to do with ISIS? Gone. Statues of ISIS in Egypt? …
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