Trump’s Heartfelt Moment with Young Fan Brings Tears

( – Former president Donald Trump continues to make the campaign rounds all over the country – and making personal connections to voters everywhere.

Another fan encounter went viral recently, during a quick stop at the Tony and Nick’s Steaks restaurant in Pennsylvania. Trump spotted a young boy wearing dressed up as the former president, rocking a blonde wig and blue suit. Trump approached the boy and dug out a $20 bill out of his pocket and handed it to the young kid. But not before saying, “We’re going to add some value,” and signing the bill before handing it over.

“You know who that is? That’s Andrew Jackson,” Trump tells the kid.

The boy, overwhelmed, starts shedding tears of joy. The two posed for pictures, and after, the former commander-in-chief quipped, “If your parents don’t want you, I’ll take you!”

Media personality and conservative supporter Colin Rugg posted the video on his Twitter / X account, where the heartwarming encounter has racked up 7.5 million views as of press time.

Another video, this time posted by Trump campaign communications director Margo Martin, shows Trump giving a $500 tip while writing and saying, “No tax for tips!” – a reference to one of his campaign promises of eliminating taxes on tips received by workers in the service industry.

Trump is mounting a challenge to Biden’s hold on Pennsylvania – the president has visited the Keystone State more than any other state during the campaign. Trump, whose campaign has only recently opened an office in the state, is looking to turn the tables in his favor after polls show him neck to neck with Biden in what many consider to be a critical swing state in what is shaping out to be another closely contested presidential race later this year.

Speaking at a campaign rally in Temple University, Trump promised the crowd that he would work towards improving the economy and sending a lot of “drilling, drilling” projects to the state. He also appealed to the Hispanic American and African American crowd, as well as the unions, saying that he would send work back their way.

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