ICYMI: Trump supporter in D.C. for inauguration leaves 625-percent tip for ‘Women’s March’ waitress
A D.C.-area waitress and ‘Women’s March’ advocate with a 1,000-watt smile on Monday at restaurant Busboys and Poets received a $450 tip from a Texas dentist in town celebrating the peaceful transfer of power and all the inaugural festivities that went along with President Donald Trump’s inauguration.
“We may come from different cultures and may disagree on certain issues, but if everyone would share their smile and kindness like your beautiful smile, our country will come together as one people,” the note reads. “Not race. Not gender. Just American.” Then he added, “God Bless!”
The $450 was a nod to Trump, the 45th president, White said in an interview, as a symbolic gesture that he hoped everyone could move forward together.
White, 37, didn’t even tell his friends what he’d done. But he’d felt so moved by all he’d seen in Washington that weekend. A Trump supporter from the very beginning, he said that he believed Trump would infuse the government with new leadership and a new mindset. A devout Christian, he doesn’t agree with all of Trump’s rhetoric, but said he believes that the president sometimes speaks without thinking first.
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We rise by lifting others. A lovely act of kindness pic.twitter.com/S01SV3w8ts
— Busboys and Poets (@busboysandpoets) January 24, 2017