Trump’s Grandfather Was Kicked Out Of His Home Country Of Germany

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New historical evidence shows that President-elect Donald Trump’s slimy behavior of lying, cheating, and stealing may be genetic. Recently uncovered documents show that his grandfather, Friedrich Trump, was literally kicked out of Bavaria by way of royal decree of Prince Regent Luitpold because he had deserted his country and did not service his required military service. Conversely, President-elect Trump also dodged the draft, and never served in the military. He has, however, taken numerous opportunities to insult many military members and families.

The paperwork was uncovered by Roland Paul, a historian, in a long-lost archive. He told the local media:

Friedrich Trump emigrated from Germany to the USA in 1885. However, he failed to de-register from his homeland and had not carried out his military service, which is why the authorities rejected his attempt at repatriation.

Friedrich Trump attempted to return to the country in 1905, but he was denied and told to leave Bavaria in eight weeks or less, lest he would be punished by the government. Friedrich Trump attempted to have the Prince Regent change his mind, and wrote a letter to him personally who he called, “the much-loved, noble, wise and righteous sovereign and sublime ruler. The Prince Regent was unmoved by Trump’s appeal and in July 2005 Friedrich trump and his wife Elisabeth set sail for America aboard a steam ship.

Had Trump’s grandfather not been banished from his home country, Donald Trump would have very likely never have risen to power, but the world will never know.

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