Campaign Literature—General Election

                                               Donald J. Trump for President, Inc.
                                                                  Veterans for Trump card, front and back,  4" x 9" - Oct. 2020. 

President Trump has done more for Veterans than any President in history. He promised to give our great Veterans the care, benefits, and respect they deserve, and President Trump has and continues to fulfill that promise.


President Trump is honoring the sacred oath to care for our Veterans when they return home
President Trump secured $92 billion in funding for the Department of Veterans Affairs, the most funding in history for the VA.

President Trump signed the VA MISSION Act which revolutionized the VA by increasing choice, raising standards of care, and expanding access to walk-in community clinics.

President Trump increased telehealth services giving Veterans greater flexibility and opportunities for care.

The Trump Administration created a White House VA Hotline, which is primarily staffed by Veterans and direct family members of Veterans.
- The VA Hotline has answered more than 250,000 calls and 94% of cases from these calls have been resolved.
President Trump is fighting to address the crisis of Veteran suicide in America by delivering help and mental healthcare to Veterans that need it.

President Trump is defending Veterans by holding bad VA employees accountable and fixing the culture at the VA
President Trump signed legislation making it easier to remove senior VA executives, increase accountability for VA staff, and give new protection to whistleblowers.

President Trump signed legislation to modernize the claims and appeal process at the VA.
- Last year, the VA reviewed a record 81,000 appeals decisions.
The Trump Administration is increasing transparency and accountability at the VA by launching an online "Access and Quality Tool," providing Veterans with access to wait time and quality of care data.

The Trump Administration is working to modernize the VA's medical records to the same system used by the Department of Defense.


President Trump has prioritized funding to restore our military's strength and protect America
Under President Trump's leadership, Congress passed two historic National Defense Authorization Acts (NDAA), which allocated nearly $1.5 trillion combined to the military.
- The FY2019 NDAA included a 2.6% military pay raise, the largest in 9 years.
President Trump is committed to ensuring our Veterans get the education benefits they deserve
President Trump enhanced educational benefits for Veterans, service members, and their families by signing the "Forever GI Bill."
- This legislation lifted a 15-year limit on Veterans' access to their educational benefits.
President Trump signed a presidential memorandum that ensures our totally and permanently disabled Veterans obtain the federal student loan debt discharges they are entitled.

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