There’s only so much of the president’s pettiness Americans can tolerate.
“I saw WWII veterans not being able to get in their memorial,” Kelley said. “I got angry and frustrated and said, I’m going.”
Since 2009, the number of Southern California veterans waiting more than a year for their benefits has increased from 262 to 21,567. More than 3,000 Southern California veterans have been waiting more than two years for their benefits.