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Flashback: Trump Sent Private Plane to Rescue Critically Ill Child

Turn on any television set, pick up any newspaper, read any website and you’re likely to see a mainstream media hoax that President Trump doesn’t like children.

The rabid effort to paint him as evil has since spread over the controversy surrounding his child separation policies for illegal immigrants. It is, by the way, a policy designed to keep children safe from adults using them to get across the U.S. border illegally. (RELATED: 5 Times MS-13 Used Children To Illegally Enter The U.S. – And Went On To Commit Violent Crimes).

If you listen to Democrats, however, the President amounts to nothing less than an evil man who hates babies … or something.

Los Angeles Councilman Mike Bonin (D), for example, was arrested while protesting at an ICE facility because the agency at Trump’s behest, in his words, was “putting children in baby jails.”

A senior official in Texas said the President was doing nothing short of “kidnapping” the children.

“Without any authority to do that … the child is taken by force,” she said.

The ever-complicit media chimed in to spread the fake news, culminating in this disgraceful effort by Time Magazine. (RELATED: This is What the ‘Crying Child’ Time Magazine Cover SHOULD Have Looked Like).

Once upon a time, Donald Trump, prior to becoming a Republican candidate and stepping over Hillary Clinton as she tried to shatter the glass ceiling, was considered a good man with a heart of gold.

In 1988, Trump’s private jet was dispatched to fly a critically ill 3-year-old Jewish boy from California to New York for medical treatment. The future President sprang into action when the parents called him and explained the airline would not fly their son due to his elaborate life-support system.

It’s true. Even the left-leaning fact-checking website Snopes confirmed that Trump’s heroics for this little boy did indeed take place.

A report of what took place first appeared in the Jewish Telegraphic Agency’s Daily News Bulletin.

“Commercial airlines refused to fly the child because he could not travel without an elaborate life-support system,” they wrote, adding that his condition had not been fully diagnosed and his family was trying to seek medical help.

“Trump made his plane available for the special trip to New York after the boy’s parents, Judy and Harold Ten, called Trump and told him of their plight.”

The family of the boy heaped praise on Trump, stating that he “did not hesitate when we called him up” to help and even calling him “a miracle.”

“He is a good man,” the father said when asked why he thought the real estate tycoon would lend a hand. “He has three children of his own and he knows what being a parent is all about.”

Maybe, just maybe, he understands exactly what it’s all about, and rather than caving to liberal pressure, is insisting on keeping children safe at the border.