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Thousands of happy Deplorables stood out in the bitter cold for the chance to see President Trump last night in New Hampshire. Those in attendance chanted USA, USA, USA and 4 more years, as the President gave another uplifting and exciting speech.

However, our President didn’t just head back to the White House to relax after such a successful event. No, he and VP Pense flew to Dover Air Force Base to take part in a “dignified transfer ceremony” for the two soldiers recently killed in Afghanistan.

Sgt. 1st Class Antonio R. Rodriguez, of Las Cruces, New Mexico, and Sgt. 1st Class Javier J. Gutierrez, of San Antonio, died Saturday in a firefight in Nangarhar Province. Both soldiers were assigned to 3rd Battalion, 7th Special Forces Group based in Florida.

President Trump and VP Pence stood at attention as six white-gloved members of the carry team carried the flag-draped transfer cases down the ramp of a C-17 aircraft ramp one at a time and into a nearby van.

“These were fallen heroes, and we were close by and the president wrapped his rally early so he could come,” National Security Adviser Robert O’Brien told reporters traveling with President Trump.

Mr. O’Brien said dignified transfer ceremonies and visits to wounded veterans at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Maryland are the “toughest” things the president does.

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