How Trump changed this Puerto Rican Boxers life....


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Exclusive — ‘American Comeback Story’: Watch Story of How Trump Changed Boxer William Campudoni’s Life

But before I could rise in boxing, someone gave me a chance like nobody else would.”

Campudoni was struggling, having grown up “very poor” in Spanish Harlem in New York, when he stumbled one night into Trump Tower asking for a job after leaving St. Patrick’s Cathedral.

“My dresser was my crib. I was a victim of abuse in my own hometown … in the streets,” Campudoni said. “At the age of 22, I was at the brink of being homeless. I remember one night on Christmas Eve, I walked into the St. Patrick’s Cathedral, and I said, ‘God, please give me a purpose.’ As I exited, I walked down 5th Ave., and there was this gorgeous building.”

Donald Trump himself hired Campudoni the next day.

“I walked inside, and I said, ‘I’m looking for work,’” Campudoni said. “The next day, Trump hired me off the streets. He gave me five navy blue suits. He shook my hand and said, ‘Welcome to the family.’”

Campudoni next told the story of the night Trump brought him a steak dinner when he was driving Trump to a meeting.

“I remember the night I was assigned to drive Mr. Trump to a meeting,” Campudoni stated. “I dropped him off, and as he’s getting out of the car, he said to me, ‘Can I bring you a steak because I’m going to be there for quite a while?’ Who am I for him to stop his meeting to bring me something to eat?”

Campudoni said the “accusations” against Trump during the course of the campaign are simply not true. He asserted that Trump is a good man and looked out for everyone who worked for him.

“You know, I hear these accusations, but let me tell you firsthand: he employed people from all origins,” Campudoni said. “We were all treated like family. And I remember that, and I admired him for that. He put us all first.”

Campudoni talked in the next scene about a letter he got from Trump that kept him going throughout the hardest times of his life.

“He once gave me a personal letter … expressing just how proud he was of me,” Campudoni shared. “Later in life, pursuing my career, I got knocked out, in real life. … I lost my way. Later, I also lost my wife to cancer, leaving me a single parent of two children, striving to be a role model. I suffered three heart-attacks, one stroke, and I was once pronounced dead in the ring. You know, Trump wouldn’t know this … but along with a few mementos in life, this letter was the one that gave me the most inspiration. These words, they have been a constant reminder of how much I have been appreciated.”


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It's not how he talks. It's what he did to his employee. If only that guy would talk more about the good things he really did, he would have won more easily

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