VIDEO: Twitter philanthropist surprises disabled vet with new car after Trump re-tweeted him

JULY 20, 2019

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The growing phenomenon of Twitter philanthropy got a boost on Friday in Tennessee when a multimillionaire handed a disabled combat veteran the keys to a new car and a check for $10,000.

Bill Pulte drove the Chevy SUV from Chicago to Murfreesboro, Tennessee on Thursday night to give to Lena Ramon, who served two combat terms in Iraq.

The article goes on to state the following:

He promised last week on Twitter that he would spend $30,000 on a veteran if Donald Trump retweeted him – just the latest in a series of giveaways that he estimates will total at least $100,000 by the end of the month.

‘I actually thought President Trump would do it,’ Pulte said Friday. Trump did, tweeting, ‘THANK YOU BILL!!!’

The investor and grandson of a homebuilding firm is now CEO of Pulte Capital. He surprised Ramon at a children’s hospital in Murfreesboro, where her daughter was having surgery.

The Daily Mail further reported that Ramon “sustained a traumatic brain injury in the Army and is now 100 per cent disabled. She has been walking to get her groceries and taking Ubers to VA hospitals.”

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