After Normandy Visit Trump to Honor Survivors of "Sleeping Around, Avoiding STDs in the 70s" in White House Ceremony

Written by Jaki Treehorn

Thursday, 6 June 2019

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Trump Visiting War Memorial in Normandy, France

Normandy, France - President Donald Trump, after attending services honoring allied heroes of World War II who fell in the Normandy Invasion more than 70 years ago, tweeted that he would also schedule a ceremony at the White House next week to honor those like himself who survived their "own personal Vietnams" during the 60s and 70s when they "slept around and successfully avoided getting STDs".

"Those were tough times, but I was smart enough to avoid syphilis and other nasty diseases while bedding some of the most beautiful women around", tweeted Trump. "Others in my generation avoided the dangers by travelling off to a far away place like Vietnam and enjoying the good life while the rest of us toughed it out at home".

National Security Advisor John Bolton, who also avoided a rice paddy vacation in Vietnam in the 60s, was scheduled to speak at the ceremony, according to sources.

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