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Trump Donates Salary to the Dept. of Veterans Affairs

Newsmax Thursday, 17 May 2018
President Donald Trump has donated his $100,000 quarterly salary to the Department of Veterans Affairs, the White House announced on Thursday.
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New Delhi, May 18 (ANI): The United States President Donald Trump has donated a quarter of his salary to country's military veterans. The White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said on Thursday that President Trump has donated a quarter's worth of his salary to the Department of Veterans...

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