The Kindness of Donald at the Debate that went Unnoticed – A Narcissist? I Think Not! Leave No Man Behind

Hillary and Obama could really take a lesson from Donald Trump right here.   LEAVE NO MAN BEHIND.  

Our soldiers should look at the demonstration of  Trump’s character right here.   If he won’t leave a man behind on stage, he certainly won’t leave a man behind in the field of battle.  

 

Few people will talk about this, and fewer will even want to acknowledge it, but what Donald Trump did before the debate even began shows the measure of a real man’s worth.

At the beginning of the ABC debate, each of the candidates were being introduced in a specific order.  The first name called to the stage was Chris Christie.  The applause was loud and lingered through the time when Martha Raddatz called the second candidate Ben Carson.

Dr. Carson did not hear his name called (easy to understand why when you listen to the video) and stood in the entry-way.  The moderators, with their backs to the candidates, didn’t notice his absence and called the third name on the list, Ted Cruz.

Ted walked past Dr. Carson and onto the stage.  Carson remained in the awkward, and embarrassing position, ‘no-mans-land’, on-camera but out of sight of the live audience.

What happened next shows the remarkable character of Donald Trump.

The fourth name called was Donald Trump, but by then the back-stage crew and candidates were aware of Dr. Carsons’ position.  Trump slowly approached, and then realized the embarrassing position of a fellow candidate hanging in the wind.

Trump showed his leadership by standing right next to his friend, and not walking onto the stage.

The other names continued to be called, and proceeded as mentioned.  But not Donald Trump, he remained with his colleague thereby reducing the internal anxiety felt by Carson.

It would have been very easy for Trump to walk by Ben, just like all the other candidates did.  But instead he chose to wait, and remove the embarrassment factor by infinite magnitudes.

Then, like a boss, when Dr. Carson was called to the stage, Trump waited and allowed Ben to get the audience response and appreciation.  It takes a lot of courage to make split second decisions like this, and it shows a remarkable insight into the man’s character.

Watch.

 

People often mistake Donald Trump’s self-confidence for arrogance or even narcissism. But there is not a narcissist on the planet who would have put themselves into a position like that to assist a competing colleague.

Here’s Mr. Trump talking to an audience member several years ago, and reminding them that no-one is “less than”.

 

This article was reblogged from The Conservative Treehouse

 

  • maddie5050

    They didn’t hear their named call and they are not politicians. They were expecting to come in once the applause for the previous candidate stopped.

    • Miss Annie

      Carson didn’t hear his name called. The rest did.

      • maddie5050

        At the end the man introduced Carson again and he came out. The women then introduced Trump, not appropriately but she did and Trump didn’t come out, either the applause is too loud they can’t hear or they are expecting a proper introduction., then the man introduced him again.

  • Jeanne Lawson

    I think Mr. Trump is a paternal type of person. He looks out for other people’s well being. He sticks up for those who need a friend. He will make a great president. I wish him the best on Tuesday in NH and other states.

    • Miss Annie

      I totally agree with you! He is a lovely person! Some of the things he has done to help people just shine his character, but people rarely talk about that!