Victim Of Sexual Abuse Tells The Truth: President Trump Is Not Who You Think He Is ELDER PATRIOT – During the campaign the mainstream media worked overtime painting Donald Trump as an abusing womanizer. They even found unattractive women to claim he made unwanted advances on them as though Trump was so desperate for female attention that he would even give these hags a second thought.
Now the most beautiful woman in the world has come forward with a different story to tell about our president. In an op-ed Tara Conner, Miss USA and Miss Universe 2006, tells the world how Donald Trump saved her life.
Tara had been the victim of sexual abuse by an uncle when she was only three years old. Later, her parents divorced. She turned to alcohol and later to drugs. She was ripe to be taken advantage of. Do you doubt for a second what Bill Clinton would’ve done? As the owner of the pageant, when Trump found out he could’ve replaced her as Miss Universe as the rules permitted. Instead he came forward to say, “Tara is going to be given a second chance.” Earlier this month she wrote this about our new president: “It was 10 years ago that I got out of treatment. I will always be profoundly grateful. He saved my life and, essentially, made me great again.” Trump has never forgotten Tara’s journey from addict to recovery and he is determined to prevent others from becoming addicted and saving them if they have. Tara laid out what is driving President Trump’s actions: “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. “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.”