President Trump Stands and Shakes Over 1,000 Navy Graduates’ Hands For Over an Hour – Hillary Sits and Receives Harvard Attendance Prize

Guest post by Joe Hoft

Yesterday we saw on video the difference between President Trump and Hillary Clinton. President Trump stood in the summer sun for over an hour and a half to shake the hand of every graduate from the Navy Academy. Hillary Clinton sat for an hour while receiving an award from Harvard for her ‘battles won and lost’.

President Trump spoke at the Navy Academy’s Graduation Ceremony for the Class of 2018. After his speech he stayed and honored the graduates by shaking the hand of each and every young graduate. This required the President to stand in the sun and shake hands for an hour and a half. (Quite an accomplishment for anyone, yet alone a man in his early 70’s.)

Here is the video of the President shaking all the graduates hands in 41 seconds –

Hillary Clinton was also in the news yesterday. She donned a winter coat while sitting and receiving an award from Harvard University.

Eighteen months after she lost the presidential election to Donald Trump, Hillary Rodham Clinton received something of a hero’s welcome Friday, as she accepted the Radcliffe Medal, an award given annually to an individual who has had a transformative effect on society.

“We honor her today for all of her battles, won and lost,” said Lizabeth Cohen, dean of the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University, which presents the award.

Hillary’s outfit is thought to cover the fact that she is wearing a medical related back brace.   Although the temperatures were in the high 80’s, she wore the winter coat.


There were no pictures of Hillary being carried up stairs at this event.

The two events yesterday show the extreme differences between President Trump and Presidential candidate Clinton.  Healthy President Trump honors graduates for work well done, while sickly Hillary is given an attendance prize from far left academics at Harvard for losing an election.  And there it is!

 

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