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President Trump Becomes Emotional When Discussing “The Worst Part Of My Job”

If a person were to have time traveled from the 60’s to now they would be shocked to discover that it’s liberals who want endless wars around the globe.

Upon President Trump’s announcement that the U.S. would be withdrawing from Norther Syria, folks on both the left and right came out in support of continuing a war overseas.

On Monday, the president delivered a statement to the American people in which he explains that he had promised to bring troops home, and that’s what he would do.

“I have to sign letters, often, to parents of young soldiers that were killed,” president Trump said. “It’s the hardest thing I have to do in this job.”

“I hate it, I hate it.”

The president is visibly upset in his speech when he goes on to list the kinds of danger the men and women who serve face daily.

“They get blown up by mines. They get taken out by a sniper,” he says. “And I have to write letters to people.”

Watch the president get choked up when talking about the men and women who lose their lives to keep us safe.