Miss Universe Warns Everyone, “President Trump IS NOT Who You Think He Is…”

During the 2016 campaign, there were many in the mainstream media that tried to portray Donald Trump as a horrible womanizer.

They were logging a heck of a lot of overtime trying to paint the picture that he was this serial abuser when in reality there was more of those on the mainstream media’s side of the fence than they would ever care to admit.

Now, the world’s most beautiful woman has come out with a totally different story to tell about President Trump.

Recently, Miss Universe 2006 Tara Conner bravely came forward to tell about how at one time President Trump saved her life.

Tara had been the tragic victim of sexual abuse by a family member when she was just three years old. Later on, her parents got divorced which already caused damage to an already fragile mind. She turned to drugs and alcohol.

Now, imagine for a moment what Bill Clinton would have done in a situation where he was presented with someone like this.

As the owner and operator of the beauty pageant, when Trump found out some of the more salacious things concerning her life he could have very easily excluded her from participation in the pageant.

Instead he came forward to say, “Tara is going to be given a second chance.”

Earlier this month she wrote this about our new president: “It was 10 years ago that I got out of treatment, and I thank him for my 10 years of recovery. I will always be profoundly grateful. He saved my life and, essentially, made me great again.”

Trump has never forgotten Tara’s journey from addict to recovery and he is determined to prevent others from becoming addicted and saving them if they have.

Tara laid out what is driving President Trump’s actions:

“There are 22 million Americans who suffer with a substance use disorder. Only one in 10 of them has the opportunity to receive treatment for addiction. My boss set an example for employers to help folks who, like me, would not have been able to otherwise afford treatment or even know how and where to look for help.

“Untreated addiction costs the U.S. economy $442 billion a year — twice what is spent on diabetes. Sadly, we lose 350 American lives each day to this domestic crisis, which now steals more youth from us than car accidents or guns.”

He had nothing to gain from this. Sometimes, people do things just for the sake of being good people.