President Trump maybe did the most respectable move of his presidency for 18 Green Berets , which was not reported for two whole weeks.
During his third week in office, Trump had a meeting with a new class of Green Beret candidates and even invited them into the Oval Office for special photos, the very first in the course’s entire history.
As an ordinary part of the course, the 18 Army officers in the Special Forces Qualification Course, or “Q-course,” were on a visit at the National Security Council in early February,
Only this time something out of the ordinary happened – Deputy Assistant to the President Sebastian Gorka, who was supposed to talk with the students, suggested that they meet President Trump instead, reports The Truth Division.
Firstly they were supposed to be at the Roosevelt Room in the West Wing of the White House, but Trump changed that plan and made a decision to invite them into the Oval Office, where they can take pictures together for their families.
“Halfway through the discussion, [Trump] said, ‘Hey — we’re not supposed to do this but follow me, and he brought them all into the Oval Office, took a group photograph around the Resolute desk, and then — throwing the schedules into a bit of a tizzy, said OK that’s not good enough,’” said Gorka for an interview.
Then he also added:
“He said, ‘everybody stand in the corner.’ They all stood in the corner, and one-by-one we took photographs they can take home to their family with each future Green Beret next to the president at the Oval Office desk.”
“That’s how much he loves our soldiers — our warriors.”
Gorka had earlier mentioned such meeting during remarks on a panel at the 2017 Conservative Political Action Conference on Friday, but under Obama, they “wouldn’t have even gotten into the West Wing”, he claimed.
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