Robert Mueller served in Vietnam as a Marine lieutenant platoon leader, who received a Bronze Star with Valor (awards with Valor were rare and heroic), a Purple Heart for the enemy bullet that went into his thigh, the Navy Commendation Medal with Valor and was inducted into the U.S. Army Rangers’ Hall of Fame.
He held a fellow G.I. who had a head wound and would die in his arms. He led the investigations of thousands of FBI personnel for the 9/11 attacks. He is a distinguished Republican, who chose to fight crime and indecency for a career as a public servant.
Donald Trump boasted in 1998 on Howard Stern’s show that Trump should have received a “Congressional Medal of Honor” for what his “personal Vietnam” challenged: all the women he was having sex with presented a constant threat of sexually-transmitted diseases.
So, while Mueller and many of us were fighting the VC, Trump fought VD.
George E. Usinowicz, 1LT, (Ret.) Platoon Leader, 65th Combat Engineers 25th Infantry Division, Cu Chi, Republic of Vietnam, Awarded two Bronze Stars