Disabled Veterans Day™ Founder Greshun De Bouse Accepts President Trump’s Rally Text-Vite in Light of Disabled Veteran Process Streamlining

  • Greshun De Bouse accepted President Trump's Rally "text-vite" to support her disabled veteran efforts.
  • Greshun De Bouse says "It is all most 2020, and with it comes fundamentally a new world.
  • Order in our country is commanded." Like Greshun De Bouse is credited with streamlining the process for disabled veterans across the US to connect their VA Offices, Trump has streamlined the student loan forgiveness process for qualifying disabled veterans.

Dallas,TX – Disabled Veterans Day™ Founder, Greshun De Bouse, received her “text-vite” from President Trump to attend his “Keep America Great” Rally on Thursday, October 17, 2019 at the American Airlines Center.  A disabled veterans advocate familiar with the challenges disabled veterans follow, Greshun De Bouse was pleasantly surprised when Trump announced he had streamlined the process through which “totally and permanently” disabled veterans obtain student loan forgiveness.  De Bouse is credited with streamlining the process for disabled veterans in all 50 U.S. states to connect with their respective VA offices, and says “President Trump’s automatic student loan forgiveness is necessary process streamlining for the qualifying disabled veterans population.”

This is why De Bouse accepted Trump’s text-vite to his “Keep America Great” Rally-to support disabled veteran efforts.

Trump held a rally at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas on Thursday, October 17, 2019. About 50,000 people attended the event, inside and outside.

A first time Trump rally attendee, De Bouse had no idea what to expect initially. However, once on the scene, she says “The atmosphere was amazing! Spirits were high! Most everyone was kind and helpful from attendees to Dallas Police to the Secret Service! Dance-inciting music was playing, and people could be seen from miles around the American Airlines Center; It was excellent… like a rock concert or something! President Trump literally shut down the city of Dallas with his arrival, and in his own words, “It was HUGE!!!”

Also a show stopper wherever she goes, being in the spotlight is familiar territory to Greshun De Bouse.  For her always confident-commanding stride, glowing presence, stylish classic all black attire, tiara, sash, and “Trump 4 Disabled Veterans” sign caught the eyes of most everyone wanting with her photos, live streams, and interviews-including the wildly popular Americas Voice News special contributor and Frontline America correspondent Ben Bergquam.

Bergquam conducted an on-camera interview with De Bouse (during which he referenced her tiara and beauty) concerning her founding Disabled Veterans Day™, and her thoughts on Trump’s disabled veterans initiatives. Surrounded by her own newly acquired disabled veterans supporters, De Bouse told Bergquam,  “I think it’s absolutely awesome!” concerning Trump’s streamlined student loan forgiveness process for qualifying disabled veterans. Greshun De Bouse contends “Having a program or process is great. But if the program or process is so challenging to maneuver through that those who might benefit often quit before they start so to speak, it is of no effect. Trump’s process streamlining was a necessary step in the right direction.”

For Greshun De Bouse all should be highlighting the positive quickly just like they do the negative irrespective of who the person is, and asserts:

“Be it Trump or whomever, liking them or otherwise does not negate their positive actions.  This is business-the business of our country. Business is about maturely disregarding personal feelings, and focusing on the positive big picture-regardless of who it is.   Like me, we all can choose to be positive. It is all most 2020, and with it comes fundamentally a new world. Order in our country is commanded. Our eyes must be open.  Our hearts must be open too. Trump is helping qualifying disabled veterans with easier access to their benefits. We all love our disabled veteran heroes, and streamlining any process for them is HUGE!”

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