Posted by , Nov 4, 2016 at 05:03pm
According to a friend from college, Donald Trump used to hit his son Donald Trump Jr.

People have been falling from the sky in the last few months with incriminating, despicable accounts of Donald Trump's behavior, stretching back from the beginning of his career all the way to 2016. The latest eyewitness testimony of the presidential candidate's moral shortcomings comes from a man named Scott Melker, a former college classmate of Donald Trump Jr. at the University of Pennsylvania. According to Melker's Facebook post, Donald Trump Jr. was physically abused by his father, and he knows this because he witnessed it with his own eyes, along with the rest of their dorm:

"I was hanging out in a freshman dorm with some friends, next door to Donald Jr.'s room. I walked out of the room to find Donald Trump at his son's door, there to pick him up for a baseball game. There were quite a few students standing around watching, trying to catch a glimpse of the famed real estate magnate. Don Jr. opened the door, wearing a Yankee jersey. Without saying a word, his father slapped him across the face, knocking him to the floor in front of all of his classmates. He simply said 'put on a suit and meet me outside,' and closed the door."

Melker also went on to describe Donald Trump Jr. in college, and the picture isn't terribly flattering:

"Donald Jr. was a drunk in college. Every memory I have of him is of him stumbling around campus falling over or passing out in public, with his arm in a sling from injuring himself while drinking. He absolutely despised his father, and hated the attention that his last name afforded him. His nickname was 'Diaper Don,' because of his tendency to fall asleep drunk in other people's beds and urinate. I always felt terrible for him."

Read Melker's full post below.

Also, we've found a couple photos of Donald Trump Jr. from a decade ago to give you a clearer picture of what this guy's vibe was. Those are attached in the gallery above.

Donald Trump Jr.'s College Classmate Says Donald Trump Was Physically Abusive

According to a friend from college, Donald Trump used to hit his son Donald Trump Jr.


People have been falling from the sky in the last few months with incriminating, despicable accounts of Donald Trump's behavior, stretching back from the beginning of his career all the way to 2016. The latest eyewitness testimony of the presidential candidate's moral shortcomings comes from a man named Scott Melker, a former college classmate of Donald Trump Jr. at the University of Pennsylvania. According to Melker's Facebook post, Donald Trump Jr. was physically abused by his father, and he knows this because he witnessed it with his own eyes, along with the rest of their dorm:

"I was hanging out in a freshman dorm with some friends, next door to Donald Jr.'s room. I walked out of the room to find Donald Trump at his son's door, there to pick him up for a baseball game. There were quite a few students standing around watching, trying to catch a glimpse of the famed real estate magnate. Don Jr. opened the door, wearing a Yankee jersey. Without saying a word, his father slapped him across the face, knocking him to the floor in front of all of his classmates. He simply said 'put on a suit and meet me outside,' and closed the door."

Melker also went on to describe Donald Trump Jr. in college, and the picture isn't terribly flattering:

"Donald Jr. was a drunk in college. Every memory I have of him is of him stumbling around campus falling over or passing out in public, with his arm in a sling from injuring himself while drinking. He absolutely despised his father, and hated the attention that his last name afforded him. His nickname was 'Diaper Don,' because of his tendency to fall asleep drunk in other people's beds and urinate. I always felt terrible for him."

Read Melker's full post below.

Also, we've found a couple photos of Donald Trump Jr. from a decade ago to give you a clearer picture of what this guy's vibe was. Those are attached in the gallery above.

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