President Donald Trump has set up a $100 million program to support veterans’ charities, according to a new logo that will appear on a $25,000 donation of $5,000 to the Trump Foundation.
The Trump Foundation will give $25 to the Legacy Foundation of Greater Cincinnati, according a release from the Trump Administration.
That’s one of the charities set to receive funds, as Trump has been vocal in his support of veterans’ causes.
The new logo is a tribute to Jackson, who played basketball with the Cincinnati Bulls, who won the NBA championship in 1996 and who has been featured in many documentaries and TV specials.
It will be displayed on a dollar amount, similar to the logo that Trump created for the charity.
It was designed by John Vidal, a designer who worked for Nike, the company that produced the NBA logo.
The logo is expected to be unveiled during the White House Christmas party, the White Senate Christmas Party, and the president’s inauguration.
Trump has been a vocal advocate for veterans’ issues, and he has vowed to do everything in his power to help the country’s veterans.
The president has also announced a series of steps that will be taken to help those wounded in service.
Trump will also unveil a new veterans’ program in the White, Senate and House buildings.
That initiative will allow veterans to apply for free housing and medical services, and they will be able to get access to medical and dental care and other benefits.
Trump’s new $100M program will help veterans, Trump said in a statement on Friday.
It is a tremendous step to give back to our nation’s veterans, and I’m grateful to all the partners who have pledged their support, the people of Cincinnati, and all of our country’s citizens for making this possible.