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WWII Veteran Asks Trump For A Favor On Stage — Trump Obliges In Front Of Everyone

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A touching moment occurred at President Trump’s VFW address in Kansas City, Missouri, on Tuesday when 94-year-old WWII veteran delivered an unusual request to the president.

Trump brought Sergeant Allan Jones from Pennsylvania onto the stage to make remarks at his address at the VFW National Convention.

After asking if Trump would allow him to visit the Oval Office, he had one more simple request. (RELATED: 94-Year-Old WWII Vet Has A Request For The President — Trump’s Reaction Shows How Much He Loves The Military)

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“One Last thing, Mr. President,” Jones said. “I ask you to autograph this picture personally, because this was taken with you when you were running for election as the President of the United States”

The 94-year-old WWII veteran then handed a photograph to the president to be signed.

“Thank you,” Trump said. “Beautiful. Wow. Let me have this.”

“I have a good one here, Allan” Trump said reaching into his jacket pocket to pull out a marker.

Trump then signed the picture in front of the audience as Allan looked on with pure glee.

“You got it. Thank you, Allan” Trump said, handing the picture back to him.

“God bless you, Mr. President, and I wish you well in the future!”

Allan then leaned in the give the president a big hug with his newly autographed picture in hand.