Comparing Donald Trump's and John McCain's Vietnam War years leaves you breathless at Trumps' staggering hypocrisy that was exposed when he said that McCain--a real war hero--was not a war hero.
Trump's own description of how he spent those years in his masterbatory autobiography, The Art of the Deal, should leave you breathless, providing a scary insight about how he would govern if he is ever elected president.
Using his old man's money and influence, he obtained deferment after deferment at the same time that McCain was a Navy ace fighter pilot, captured and tortured by the North Vietnamese and, consequently, awarded a batch of hero's medals.
"He's not a war hero," Trump said of McCain. "He's a war hero because he was captured. I like people that weren't captured."
If you could look past that wig (does he actually think that he looks good in it?) and into his mind you'd see a bubbling swamp of delusional and deranged creatures running about in an uncontrolled frenzy. Like those ping pong balls that pop to the top of the lottery draw machines, you don't know which of those critters will next escape through his mouth.
I don't care what his positions are on the issues, the man is unbalanced and dangerous.
For the complete comparison of Trump and McCain war records, visit the Washington Post.
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