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Trump demeans finest among us

In a 1997 interview with Howard Stern, Republican presidential nominee, Donald Trump, bragged about his sexual exploits and once again denigrated the service of men and women in the military. According to the Daily Beast, Trump said his "personal...

In a 1997 interview with Howard Stern, Republican presidential nominee, Donald Trump, bragged about his sexual exploits and once again denigrated the service of men and women in the military. According to the Daily Beast, Trump said his "personal Vietnam" was avoiding a sexually transmitted disease. "I feel like a great and very brave soldier."

Trump received five deferments during the Vietnam War.

In the 1980s, Trump accused street vendors who were disabled veterans of ruining how the street looked in front of Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue in New York City and wanted them thrown off, the Daily Beast reported. After the Twin Towers fell, he bragged that now his tower was the tallest in New York according to the Huffington Post.

Trump, the draft dodger, compared his sacrifices to the sacrifices of a Gold Star family whose son died protecting fellow soldiers in Iraq. His comments were "repugnant ... offensive, and frankly anti-American. (Vote Vets.org)

He has demeaned the sacrifice of Purple Heart recipients.

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He claims to know more about ISIS than the generals do and will fire many of them.

Former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates criticized Trump saying he is "beyond repair."

Trump would send our military personnel to bomb and possibly begin a war with Iran over a rude finger gesture.

Trump, the draft dodger, has demeaned the service of our military personnel.

Congressman Duffy says, "Trump says what he means."

What will the voters say on Nov. 8?

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