President Trump on Monday gave his first-quarter paycheck to the National Park Service, the White House reported.
Mr. Trump, a very rich person agent, has promised to give his whole $400,000 compensation as president to philanthropy.
Subsequent to accepting his first-quarter paycheck for $78,333, the sum cut by the Treasury for the payroll interval that started with the Jan. 20 initiation, the president counseled with White House guidance and chose to offer it to the National Park Service, White House squeeze secretary Sean Spicer said at the day by day squeeze preparation.
He said the president was giving “each penny.”
Mr. Spicer introduced the check to Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke.
“We are going to devoted it to set against the foundation on our country’s front lines,” Mr. Zinke stated, taking note of that the combat zone commemorations require a huge number of dollars in foundation upkeep.