Medal of HONOR-> https://t.co/IIVeKQeGCV
— EducatédHillbilly™ (@RobProvince) August 2, 2016
The Trump campaign is still wallowing in the mire that Donald created with his vicious remarks about Army Capt. Humayun Khan’s family. And if they want even a shot at getting out of it, they might want to heed the words of Medal of Honor recipient Dakota Meyer:
If @realDonaldTrump wants to be the Commander in Chief, he needs to act like one. And that cant start until he apologizes to the Khans.
— Dakota Meyer (@Dakota_Meyer) August 2, 2016
— John Schindler (@20committee) August 2, 2016
— George Lee (@avocat0) August 2, 2016
It’s also worth noting that Meyer is the son-in-law of outspoken Trump supporter Sarah Palin.
— GR Vimont (@gvravel) August 2, 2016
— Carly (@ondinemonet) August 2, 2016
— Chris Pilgrim (@chrispilgrim77) August 2, 2016
— Anthony Thompson (@BornGenious85) August 2, 2016
— DeeJ (@Deexjay) August 2, 2016
— M (@tradingPolitics) August 2, 2016
— Julie Wolford (@juliegwilf) August 2, 2016
@Dakota_Meyer thank you for your service and for continuing to fight for your country. ❤️??
— Molly Knight (@molly_knight) August 2, 2016
— Kim Leonard (@kimleonard) August 2, 2016
@Dakota_Meyer Thank you for your service – but we all know that he will never apologize or say he was wrong on anything.
— Joe Bavonese (@joebavonese) August 2, 2016
Unlike Trump, Meyer genuinely understands the sacrifices our men and women in uniform have made. He’s felt it first-hand.
— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) August 2, 2016
Marine sergeant, recent Medal of Honor winner who saved 36 men in Afghanistan. https://t.co/BKHZ2rABfQ
— David Freddoso (@freddoso) August 2, 2016
Donald Trump claims he’s “made a lot of sacrifices.” We’d take Meyer’s definition of bravery over Trump’s any day.
Donald Trump will never possess even .001% of this courage. https://t.co/GqOb0X99Ip
— Shoerambe (@TheOneSoleShoe) August 2, 2016