Donald Trump Jr. shows muscle helping Arizona driver of disabled car
PHOENIX — A woman whose car stalled on a busy Mesa street got help from an unexpected source — Donald Trump Jr., the oldest son of billionaire GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump.
Donald Trump Jr. was in the Phoenix area Thursday campaigning for his father. He stopped by KTAR’s Arizona’s Morning News and spoke at a rally at Arizona State University’s main campus in Tempe in the afternoon.
On the way back from the ASU event, Trump and his group saw a car stopped in the middle of the street. Trump, along with two unidentified men, helped the woman move the car out of traffic. It was about 100 degrees.
Tyler Bowyer, Maricopa County Republican Party’s millennial chairman, was in the car with Trump and took a short video. Bowyer posted it to social media.
— Tyler Bowyer (@conservatyler) October 27, 2016
Bowyer wrote the unidentified woman was surprised to learn the identity of one of her Good Samaritans. The group also gave the woman a bottle of water and called for help.
Trump’s father will be in Arizona this weekend in a final visit to the Valley before the Nov. 8 election.
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