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REPORT: After Biden Tossed National Guard Into The Cold, Trump Will Allow Them To Stay In His Hotel For Free

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After Joe Biden and the Democrat-controlled Congress forced the National Guard, who have now been stationed in Washington, D.C. for weeks, to leave the heated halls of the U.S. Capitol and sleep in parking garages, President Donald Trump has offered to allow these soldiers to stay in his Trump International hotel at no charge, according to multiple reports.

In one of his first acts as president, Biden forced the National Guard – who have been guarding Washington, D.C. since the January 6 protest at Capitol Hill – to leave the heated halls of the U.S. Capitol, where they had been sleeping, and instead take their breaks in unheated parking garages and on streets.

President Trump has now offered to let these soldiers stay at his luxurious Trump International hotel, located on Pennsylvania Avenue near the White House, free of charge.

“Trump has given permission for the Troops to stay at Trump hotel in DC,” wrote Turning Point USA’s Graham Allen.

In his last speech made during his first term, President Trump told his supporters and the military that he “will be back in some form,” wishing for them to “Have a good life” because he will “see you soon.”

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