How Does The Military Community Really Feel About Trump?

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This episode, Task & Purpose Radio talks Donald Trump and how he favors with the military and veterans community. Weirick is out this week after he was injured falling off a horse (no, really, that happened), so Task & Purpose’s Editor-in-Chief Brian Adam Jones joins the podcast.


Send us questions and comments to editor@taskandpurpose.com. You can also record yourself asking your question, and we’ll incorporate it into the show and hopefully give you an answer.

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