Miss USA Warns: Donald Trump Is NOT Who You Think He Is


Boy, oh, boy is this going to have liberal heads spinning.

The narrative throughout the latter part of the election campaign was that Donald Trump was a womanizer and sexual predator who couldn’t be trusted with the highest office in the land.

Never mind that the likes of Bill Clinton had already been president…

Now, one of the most beautiful woman in the world, a former Miss USA, in fact, has come forward with a MUCH DIFFERENT perspective.

She’s come forward with the truth about how Trump treats vulnerable women.

Tara Conner couldn’t believe her misfortune when in 2006 she won the Miss USA pageant only to have it discovered that she had previously been a cocaine addict.

That automatically disqualified her from holding the crown.

But Trump, who owned the pageant, heard Conner’s tragic backstory and publicly announced she would remain Miss USA, provided she enter rehab.

With that act of compassion, says Conner, Trump “made me great again.”

Writing for USA Today, Conner states:

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I became famous as “Mess USA” when my boss — now the president of the United States — tossed me into rehab after I tested positive for cocaine. Rather than strip me of my crown or add to the negative press with a humiliation campaign, Donald Trump surprised me, and shocked the world, when he held a news conference and declared: “Tara is going to be given a second chance.”

It was 10 years ago that I got out of treatment, and I thank him for my 10 years of recovery. I will always be profoundly grateful. He saved my life and, essentially, made me great again.

My life was the perfect storm for addiction. My uncle molested me when I was 3. When I was 14, my parents’ rocky relationship ended in divorce and my grandfather, my protector who gave me unconditional love when no one else would, died.

Like mine, 90% of all substance use disorders begin before age 18. 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.

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That’s the REAL Donald Trump.

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