UPDATED 3:42 PM PT – Wednesday, August 4, 2021
Donald Trump Jr. expressed his admiration for the young American wrestler who took gold at the Tokyo Olympics, commending her for her love of God and country. Tamyra Mensah-Stock, 28, beat a Nigerian wrestler 4 to 1 in the women’s freestyle light heavyweight category, making her the first Black woman to win wrestling gold for the U.S.
Don Jr. took to Rumble to share his thoughts on Mensah-Stock’s graceful win and pointed to the fact mainstream media outlets wouldn’t cover her story in depth because of her pro-America mantra. He praised the Texan for crediting the grace of God for her victory and expressing her faith, saying this is a rare occurrence these days.
Mensah-Stock called her win a dream come true and said she plans to give $30,000 of her prize money to her mother so she can open a food truck because it’s her dream.
America’s Tamyra Mensah-Stock won gold at Tokyo in wrestling:
“I love representing the US. I freakin love living there. I love it and I’m so happy I get to represent U.S.A!”
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) August 3, 2021