Rand Paul has empirical proof as to where the President’s heart is with Haiti

Republican Senator Dr. Rand Paul of Kentucky was on Sunday’s NBC’s “Meet the Press. ” Dr. Paul explained to NBC why he knows that President Donald Trump is not a racist. Dr. Paul has empirical proof as to where the President’s heart is. Way before he was President, back in 2015, Donald Trump was supporting the doctor’s missions to Haiti. What do you think of this? 

As Written and Reported By Timothy Meads for Townhall:

Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) told NBC’s “Meet the Press” that charges of racism against President Donald J. Trump are unfounded in part because of the 45th president’s large financial contribution to Dr. Paul’s2015 Haiti medical mission trip.

“I think it’s unfair to sort of paint him, ‘oh well, he’s a racist,’ when I know for a fact that he cares very deeply about the people of Haiti because he helped finance a trip where they would get vision back for 200 people in Haiti,” Paul said.

In 2015, Rand Paul was part of a group of U.S. doctors who volunteered their time to go serve some of the world’s poorest individuals and assist in various medical procedures.

At the time Guardian published a detailed article on this trip.

“People need to be encouraged it’s not much longer,” said Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul, an ophthalmologist by training, without taking his eyes off Saint Fleur.

As many of Paul’s competitors courted voters in Iowa and New Hampshire over the last week, Kentucky’s fiery junior senator joined a team of eye surgeons on a four-day mission to Haiti, giving vision to nearly 200 who would not have been blind if they lived in the US. Here in the poorest nation in the western hemisphere, “curable blindness” from common ……

THERE IS EVEN MORE HERE KEEP READING:

Rand Paul: Trump Cares ‘Very Deeply’ About Haiti, Financed Medical Mission Trip – Timothy Meads

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