From Conservative Institute:
An incident at a rally in Michigan Saturday night is the perfect example of why so many Americans find President Donald Trump more relatable than most politicians.
As the president was in the middle of his speech, an audience member suffered a medical emergency. Trump called out for help and paused his speech for three minutes, waiting considerately as medical personnel responded, then praised them. “Those are the people we love, those are great people, I’ll tell you.”
Trump stops rally for medical emergency
President Trump skipped the White House Correspondent’s Dinner Saturday night to hold a campaign-style rally in Michigan. That alone was a break in convention — it was his second time skipping the dinner, making him the first president to sit out since Reagan — but what happened at the rally was even more unusual.
Trump was in the middle of talking about ICE and gangs about 50 minutes into his speech when an audience member had an emergency. Trump suddenly stopped, called for help and patiently stepped aside.
“These ICE agents are much tougher. And they’re grabbing them and I’ll tell you what – a doctor please? Doctor. A doctor please,” Trump called out, realizing something was the matter.
Someone shouted “Thank you, sir!” before Trump walked off to the edge of the stage. “Take your time, take your time,” he told the doctors.
Trump stood silently off to the side for about three minutes, facing the flanks of the crowd. At one point, he turned to one audience member, nodding “thank you” in response to shouts of “We love you, Mr. President!”
When the emergency was resolved, Trump applauded and waved to the responders, then stepped back on stage to a clamor of applause. He gave a special nod to the doctors who stepped in.
“Those are the people we love, those are great people, I’ll tell you. And the doctors, thank you, doctor. Great job. Amazing! What people we have, what people we have.” Watch the whole thing here.