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Re: The President in London
« Reply #15 on: June 07, 2019, 12:05:25 PM »
"we are respected again, I can tell you that"





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Re: The President in London
« Reply #16 on: June 07, 2019, 12:58:31 PM »
Cadet Bone Spurs in France honoring WWII veterans, making speeches about sacrifice and shedding blood.  Hey Trump, who died in your place in Nam?  Those heel spurs haven't slowed down your golf game, have they! 



The 2-S classifications are Trump’s student deferments. The first two covered his time at Fordham University in the Bronx, and the second two allowed him to stay in school when he transferred to study business at the University of Pennsylvania.

At the time, as Tigar wrote in his 1969 article, any college student who asked could get a student deferment. When he graduated in 1968, Trump’s classification shifted to 1-A, or "available for service."

Had that stood, Trump would have been drafted.

But Trump had a physical exam in September 1968. He had taken one less than two years earlier that did not disqualify him for service as we can tell from his 1-A classification in July 1968. However, his second physical was followed in October with a new classification, 1-Y. That designation put him near the bottom of any call-up list. It meant he would only be drafted if there were a national emergency.

Until recently, the only detail on record about that shift was it was medically related. After his comments about McCain, Trump said it had to do with bone spurs in his heels. Trump reportedly was active in college sports, playing baseball, tennis and squash.

More on the medical deferment

Trump failed to mention his medical deferment when he told ABC News on July 19, 2015, that he was never drafted because the draft lottery went into effect and his birthday came with a high number.

"If I would have gotten a low number, I would have been drafted. I would have proudly served," he said. "But I got a number, I think it was 356. That’s right at the very end. And they didn't get -- I don’t believe -- past even 300, so I was -- I was not chosen because of the fact that I had a very high lottery number."

Late in 1969, the nation changed the selective service law to pick people through a random selection of birth dates. The very first drawing was on Dec. 1, 1969.

As TheSmokingGun.com website pointed out, the draft lottery came two months after Trump received his 1-Y classification. Essentially, even if Trump’s birthday, June 14, had been pulled first, he would not have been called to serve.

Trump’s memory served him well on one point. His number was indeed 356.

https://www.politifact.com/punditfact/article/2015/jul/21/was-trump-draft-dodger/

'You think I'm stupid, I'm not going to Vietnam': Trump allegedly told Michael Cohen there was no chance of him deploying during the Vietnam War
David Choi Feb. 27, 2019, 10:51 AM

"Mr. Trump tasked me to handle the negative press surrounding his medical deferment from the Vietnam draft," Cohen alleged. "Mr. Trump claimed it was because of a bone spur, but when I asked for medical records, he gave me none and said that there was no surgery."

"He told me not to answer the specific questions by reporters but rather offer simply the fact that he received a medical deferment," Cohen continued.

News organizations, such as the New York Times, asked Trump for his medical records during the 2016 US presidential election. Then-candidate Trump responded by saying he received "a very strong letter on the heels" from a doctor who approved of his deferment.

Trump added that he did not remember when his alleged condition — a build-up of calcium deposits on the heel's bone — was no longer a noticeable concern. "Over a period of time, it healed up," Trump said to The Times in 2016.

But Trump privately implied that the notion of him deploying to Vietnam was a foolhardy thought, according to Cohen.

"You think I'm stupid, I'm not going to Vietnam," Trump said, Cohen claimed.

https://www.businessinsider.com/michael-cohen-on-trump-vietnam-war-military-service-bone-sppurs-2019-2
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Re: The President in London
« Reply #17 on: June 08, 2019, 05:48:58 PM »
This picture is worth 10,000,000 words..



What's your stupid point?? Just because someone had their photo taken with Donald Trump does not mean anything other than they met each other. Regular people pose with famous people all the time.

It doesn't prove a damn thing.

And let's not mention all the hot water her Creepy Porn Lawyer is in now.
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Re: The President in London
« Reply #18 on: June 08, 2019, 07:11:03 PM »
barry showing off his best buddies.

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