American Flag Comes Home

    Updated: July 19, 2019 at 9:35 pm EST  See Comments

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    On July 18, President Trump accepted a flag that was aboard the first ship to carry US service members to the beaches of Normandy. The Dutch Prime Minister, Matt Rutte, presented the flag to the United States on behalf of a Dutch collector. It is destined for the Smithsonian as a remembrance of D-Day. An American flag comes home.

    Today, on behalf of the American people, I received an American flag that flew aboard a ship carrying the first waves of U.S. Service Members to land in Normandy…

    — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 18, 2019

    screenshot via the White House

    The White House statement read:

    Today, on behalf of the American people, I will receive an American flag that flew aboard a ship carrying the first waves of United States service members to land in Normandy,” President Trump said. “Seventy-five years after that momentous day,” this great piece of American history is “back home where it belongs.”

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