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It’s mentioned in the Skeleton I Was Told I Was Dangerous I Asked Why And You Don’t Need Anyone I Smiled Shirt article that Trump’s only attended 4 “dignified transfer” ceremonies during his Presidency. What’s not mentioned in this article is that he stopped attending them for TWO YEARS after getting berated for his incompetence by the father of a slain Navy SEAL. I’m just one vet. A disabled one, but I never spent a second in combat. But on behalf of the best of us, those who didn’t come home, and those who left a part of themselves somewhere else in. If you served and you support this man, it’s time for you to make a decision. Because you either stand with veterans and service members, or you stand with Trump. You have to choose one. Because it can’t be both.