The woman sharing her terrible story with Trump is former Miss Wisconsin Melissa Consin, and the "charitable organization" that she is talking about is a fundraising page muhc like "GoFundMe." called "FundAnything" that allows people to ask strangers for money.
FundAnything also takes 9% of what is raised if you fail to reach your goal, and 5% if you meet your goal, so it is really more of a money making venture than purely a charitable one.
However even though it did not appear that Trump demonstrated a great deal of emotion, despite the inspiring music played along with the clip, it was enough for Sarah Palin to go "Aha! I told you he was a human!
Here is more from the easily impressed Mat-Su moron's Facebook page:
Donald Trump's touch of humanity shines without the media filters that would portray him as disconnected from the people. See this candid interaction in Wisconsin yesterday.
The beauty of Trump's frontrunner campaign, besides exposing politicians' undeniable allegiance to special interest donors instead of voters, is the rise of the worthy "outsider" candidate who genuinely cares... never has to fake it... never needs to contort persona ("Contort persona?") or responses according to the audience... refreshingly speaks and acts as the antithesis between We the People and today's typical politician... and is running for the most selfless reasons. (Since when if ego considered selfless?)
Trump's undervalued interpersonal touch is appreciated by we who understand the status quo political establishment that thrives in their beltway bubble will continue to disappoint Americans. We'll continue to be ignored when we demand a balanced budget, a prioritized military, secure borders, trade that creates U.S. jobs, and an end to crony capitalism in OUR government. We've provided today's politicians EVERY OPPORTUNITY to tackle each of those issues, and even wielding all the power in the majority, they've blown it. It's time for something different - and better - in order to enjoy a different - and better - result.
America, it's time for something better - in order to survive.
- Sarah Palin
Pretty sure that Palin typed this one out all by her lonesome. Or else had very little help with it.
I am still amazed that anybody who knows anything about Donald Trump could believe that he is doing ANYTHING for anybody but himself.