September 15, 2020/Media, Press

Statement on Donald Trump’s Campaign Event in Fayetteville on Saturday

Raleigh – After the announcement that Donald Trump will campaign in Fayetteville, N.C., on Saturday, NCDP Communications Director Austin Cookreleased the following statement:

“No matter how many times he may say he respects our veterans and military families, Donald Trump’s actions as president tell a very different story. Whether by raiding funding for the U.S. military to try to build his border wall, refusing to stand up to Putin while he puts bounties on American soldiers or his history of disparaging comments about our war dead, it couldn’t be more clear that Trump has no respect for the many sacrifices made by North Carolina’s service members and their families. Fayetteville is home to tens of thousands of veterans and military families, and whatever he may say this weekend, Trump’s record of failing those North Carolinians couldn’t be more clear.”