Eid Mubarak: The Greatest American Hero of the 20th Century

Fox Sports on Friday named President Donald Trump’s late Egyptian dictator as one of the greatest American heroes of the last century.

The title is a nod to the fact that President Donald J. Trump was born in Egypt, but was a U.S. citizen and lived in New York City until he was overthrown in an uprising in 1952.

The Associated Press selected the honor in its “In Memoriam” section, which was released Thursday by the AP Foundation, the news organization dedicated to honoring America’s heroes.

In a press release, AP Foundation President and CEO Mark Pendergraft said the AP would continue to honor the legacy of President Trump with the AP’s In Memoriam section.

The AP Foundation’s mission is to inspire and advance the advancement of journalism, civic engagement, education and public service, and to provide access to information that inspires and inspires new thinking, he said.

The AP chose President Donald Trump as one-half of the story, with a name like “Mubarak,” “Trump,” “Egyptian” and “President” in honor of President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi.

It is also a tribute to his commitment to human rights and the fight against corruption, corruption of the military, human rights abuses and discrimination against Egyptians, Pendergembs said.

Pendergemb said he and the AP have been working with the National Archives and the National Museum of African American History and Culture in the United States to identify the first American presidents to be named In Memoria.

He said he hopes the AP will be able to release additional names of other U..

S.-born presidents and U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres.