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4 Trump photos the media will NEVER show you

Kylie Handler, editor

Reporters were puzzled on Thursday when President Donald Trump exited the White House unannounced. After all, there were no official events scheduled on his Trump’s White House planner.

Reporters assumed that he was leaving to celebrate the passage of the tax reform legislation.

Instead, he was actually going to visit the Walter Reed Hospital.

The Walter Reed Hospital is the largest military hospital in the country, it is also the first stop that wounded soldiers make when they return to the States.

During his visit, Trump met with wounded active-duty service member and their families.

Did you hear about this on CNN? Or were they too busy talking about how many scoops of ice cream the president had last night?

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Of course, Trump had an even bigger duty to fulfill during his visit.

He pinned Purple Hearts on members of the military that were wounded during their time serving.

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders posted a powerful photo showing the special moment between Trump and these wounded warriors.

Liberals never wanted these photo to reach the voting public.

This is one of the most powerful photos from Trump’s presidency… and you’ll never see it in the mainstream media.

–Kylie Handler is a news editor for The Horn News

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