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The president of a Missouri college and a member of his staff who sat at a roundtable with the Commander-In-Chief praised President Trump for his tax plan.

Jerry Davis of College of the Ozarks near Branson said he noticed that many American businesses were passing their tax savings to their employees.

"We want to be a part of that and be a good example," he said.

Davis said the College of the Ozarks is a "work college" where students are simultaneously employed while at school, and normally do not graduate with debt.

"[The bonuses] are especially appropriate because [we] are a work college," he said. "We're certainly not an environment for snowflakes."

Cafeteria worker Bonnie Brazzeal said each employee received $204 in bonuses.

Rachel Campos-Duffy asked Brazzeal about her emotional reaction during the roundtable with Trump and Boeing aerospace manufacturing executives.

Brazzeal said it was "an amazing experience" to meet the president and be able to thank him in person for the money, which she said she deposited in her retirement fund.

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