VIDEO: Lynne Patton discusses working for Donald Trump, and why the media is wrong about him

The Epoch Times posted a video on Saturday of an interview with Lynne Patton, a former worker of the Trump organization who currently serves as HUD’s Regional Administrator in New York and New Jersey.

In a frank and often emotional discussion, Patton shared her personal experiences about working for the Trump organization, and why she’s committed to continuing to serve in President Trump’s administration, in order to serve her country.

Patton first discussed her work with Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson, and steps she’s taking to make a difference for HUD.

She spoke of the personal attacks Sec. Carson, one of the most renowned neurosurgeons in the world, has had to endure since he went to work for the Trump administration.

Patton, nearly breaking down in tears at one point, then spoke of the media’s treatment of President Trump, and her own experiences working for the Trump family.

WATCH the entire interview in the video below.  The video is set to begin at the 17-minute mark, when she started discussing Carson and Trump.

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