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President Donald Trump has donated his third-quarter presidential salary to help the Department of Health and Human Services’ efforts to combat the opioid crisis, acting HHS Secretary Eric Hargan and the White House announced on Thursday.

“His decision to donate his salary is a tribute to his compassion, to his patriotism and his sense of duty to the American people,” acting HHS secretary Eric Hargan said during Thursday's White House press briefing.

Hargan said the money will be used in the planning and design of a large-scale public awareness campaign about the dangers of opioid addiction.

"HHS is proud to be working with the White House on this effort, and our team of public health experts brings a great deal of experience and expertise to the table regarding how to make these campaigns effective," Hargan said. "At HHS, our goal is to create healthier lives, stronger communities and a safer country. And we're glad to have a president who recognizes that the opioid crisis is a huge threat to all three of these goals."

Trump has vowed to donate his entire annual salary of $400,000 while he is in office. His first-quarter salary went to the National Park Service, and his second-quarter salary was given to the Department of Education.

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