You can now add life saver to the long list of Donald Trump’s accomplishments.
At a town hall hosted by Fox News’ Sean Hannity on Tuesday Sabine Durden, who came to the United States from Germany with her son Dominic Durden, said Trump’s running for president saved her life.
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Dominic Durden, a dispatcher with the Moreno Valley Sheriff’s Department in Moreno Valley, California, was killed July 12, 2012, when the motorcycle he was riding was hit by a pickup truck driven by Juan Tzun Lopez, who was in the country illegally.
Lopez pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor — vehicular manslaughter — and received a nine month sentence and five years probation. He was deported in 2014.
“I did everything right and my son Dominic was called German chocolate because of his heritage,” she told Trump.
His killer “had a prior felon and two DUIs. And Mr. Trump, you saved my life the day you announced you are running because you mentioned immigration.”
She brought her son’s ashes with her to the event “to show what I have left of my family. I have no family left.”
“I couldn’t take the pain anymore so I wanted out,” she said. “I walked past the TV and heard Mr. Trump talk about illegal immigration and I dropped and I screamed and I said, ‘Finally somebody listening to us!'”
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