Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly appeared on Fox News’ “Varney & Co.” Wednesday and told a story about President Donald Trump that you probably won’t hear from the mainstream media.
That’s because it showed a positive side of Trump.
When host Stuart Varney asked Kelly if he was a Trump supporter, the former quarterback explained how Trump helped his family during a difficult time when Kelly was battling cancer.
“When I was going through my cancer fight … he provided my family and friends with a place to stay, his apartments. He took care of my whole family,” Kelly said.
“There were days when I would come to New York City. I’d give him a call, and I’d go up and we’d sit there and shoot the bull, have a little fun,” he added.
Kelly, who played for the Buffalo Bills for 11 seasons, said he first met the president when Trump was the owner of the New Jersey Generals of the U. S. Football League. Kelly played at that time for the Houston Gamblers, which were purchased by the Generals in 1985. The Buffalo News reported that Kelly never got to play for Trump because the league folded in 1986.
Kelly, who appeared on the show to discuss his battle with cancer and what he’s doing to help others who face cancer, said everyone is entitled to their opinions about Trump but that he will always be grateful for Trump’s kindness during tough times.
Watch the interview below:
This isn’t the first time Trump has shown he has a heart. More than once, he has helped people in need and shown a side that the mainstream media simply don’t want to acknowledge because it would work against their narrative that Trump is a heartless bigot.
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