Oct 03, 2016

White House: 'Not a sign of weakness to get help' | Washington Examiner

The White House said Monday that President Obama believes veterans aren't weak if they ask for help to deal with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, in reaction to Donald Trump's suggestion that veterans who commit suicide aren't strong enough to handle what they've seen in combat. I think the president answered this quite directly during a CNN town hall with service members last week, White House...

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