President Donald Trump Assures No Deduction in $18 million For Special Olympics

Updated On 29 Mar, 2019 Published On

President Donald Trump has assured the citizens of America that he won't cut down the proposed $18 million and will support the funding of the Special Olympics.

Despite the agreed budget cut downs, President Donald Trump has declared that there will be no slash funding in the Special Olympics fund.

President Donald Trump assured the people,

The Special Olympics will be funded. I just told my people, I wanna fund the Special Olympics, and I just authorized a funding of the Special Olympics,

I’ve been to the Special Olympics, I think it’s incredible and I just authorized a funding. I heard about it this morning. I have overridden my people. We’re funding the Special Olympics

The President's Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos had proposed to cut down the funding of the sport training programs of the disabled at the budget meetings.

However she later altered her statement saying,

I am pleased and grateful the President and I see eye to eye on this issue and that he has decided to fund our Special Olympics grant. This is funding I have fought for behind the scenes over the last several years,

TMZ interviewed former WWE star and also an ambassador of the Special Olympics, The Big Show, to put his thoughts on the matter, who called it a complete "bulls**t."

So the promised $18 million will be given to the Special Olympics organization.