How Would You Go About Fixing The VA?

How would you go about fixing the VA? One thing that you would not do is ask former President Barack Obama. He struggled with that issue for eight years and never got anything rolling. Heck, did he even fire anyone? A struggling Veterans Administration is what President Donald Trump inherited.

President Trump is making progress. There was a deep state embedded in the VA that had no interest in the veterans that it was supposed to be serving. Here is how the president is changing all of that.

As Written By Larry Alton for the American Thinker:

Whether you’re on the right, left, or squarely in the middle, we can all agree that veterans aren’t treated nearly as well as they should be in this country. In fact, they’re blatantly disrespected in many ways. But how is President Trump, who made lots of campaign promises to veterans, doing on this issue after roughly a year in office?

Where Trump Found Things

When Barack Obama entered office in 2009, he found the veterans of this country in the middle of a decades-long plight, which he promised to fix many times during his campaign for the presidency.

“Caring for those who serve — and for their families — is a fundamental responsibility of the Commander-in-Chief,” Obama said in a 2007 campaign speech. “It is not a separate cost. It is a cost of war. It is something I’ve fought for as a member of the Senate Committee on Veterans’ Affairs. And it is something I will fight for as President of the United States.”

Perhaps Obama did fight, but he certainly didn’t get any results. The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is in worse shape than it’s ever been. Scandalsabuse of funds, and a toxic workplace culture are just a few of the issues plaguing the VA, and they all seemed to be exacerbated under the Obama administration……….


The Trump Administration Is Making Progress on Veteran Affairs

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