In a new political ad titled, “The American Comeback” that is storming through social media with no help from a Super-PAC or any other political entity, William Campudoni tells his inspirational story that is similar to other stories told from former Trump employees. They are simply given a chance and looked after like they are family.
The film was made by political filmmaker Lucas Baiano, who actually worked for Hillary Clinton in 2008 with no major backing.
Campudoni begins, “I was a young pro Puerto Rican boxer, – one of the originals the legendary Cus D’Amato took in. I worked and trained with the best: Tyson, Holyfield, and George Foreman.”
Campudoni goes on, “My dresser was my crib. I was a victim of abuse in my own hometown … in the streets…At the age of 22, I was at the brink of being homeless. I remember one night on Christmas Eve, I walked into the St. Patrick’s Cathedral, and I said, ‘God, please give me a purpose.’ As I exited, I walked down 5th Ave., and there was this gorgeous building.”
“I walked inside, and I said, ‘I’m looking for work,’” Campudoni said. “The next day, Trump hired me off the streets. He gave me five navy blue suits. He shook my hand and said, ‘Welcome to the family.’”
“I remember the night I was assigned to drive Mr. Trump to a meeting,” Campudoni kept going, “I dropped him off, and as he’s getting out of the car, he said to me, ‘Can I bring you a steak because I’m going to be there for quite a while?’ Who am I for him to stop his meeting to bring me something to eat?”
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