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President Trump is donating his salary again, this time sending $100,000 to the Department of Veterans Affairs. Nathan Rousseau Smith has the story..

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President Trump Donates His First Quarter Salary to the VA

President Trump is donating his salary again, this time to the Department of Veterans Affairs.

The announcement coming from Sarah Sanders.????“Today, the President is proud to donate his 2018 first quarter salary to the Department of Veteran Affairs to support their caregiver programs.” ????Trump’s quarterly salary comes in at $100,000.

Sanders saying the president will continue donating his salary each quarter to “important projects.”????According to The Hill, acting VA secretary Robert Wilkie accepted the donation, saying the money will go toward mental health and peer support programs, financial aid, and research that will assist individuals who care for veterans.????CNN finding in addition to donating to the VA, in the past Trump has given his quarterly salaries to the Department of Transportation, the Department of Health and Human Services, the National Park Service, and the Department of Education.




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