Does Trump Have Syphilis?
There are more than a few people who do not exactly see eye-to-eye with our most recent president. While some disagree with Donald Trump’s policies and values, others question his sanity. There have been enough instances where he has given us reasons to wonder, does Donald Trump have Syphilis?
Like that time he talked about light bulbs giving you cancer:
Remember, new "environment friendly" lightbulbs can cause cancer. Be careful– the idiots who came up with this stuff don't care.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 17, 2012
When he defended sexual assaults:
26,000 unreported sexual assults in the military-only 238 convictions. What did these geniuses expect when they put men & women together?
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 7, 2013
Or when he discussed foreign relations with us:
Why would Kim Jong-un insult me by calling me "old," when I would NEVER call him "short and fat?" Oh well, I try so hard to be his friend – and maybe someday that will happen!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 12, 2017
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Many people have thought Trump isn’t “right” since he started campaigning for president, but nobody knows exactly why he does the things he does. It wasn’t until Dr. Steven Beutler’s article titled “A Medical Theory for Donald Trump’s Bizarre Behavior” published in the New Republic did syphilis enter the picture. Beutler claimed that Trump’s odd and irrational behavior could be attributed to a bad case of untreated syphilis. This is quite the claim, but is it true? And if so, how?
Syphilis is Easy to Miss
The only physically indication that you usually have syphilis are painless sores. If you saw them, you’d likely know you should have them looked at. Still, some people either ignore these sores since they are painless, or miss them all together.
Untreated Syphilis Can Hide In Your Body For Decades
If you ignore or miss syphilis and let it do its thing for a couple decades without treatment, it eventually will develop severe side-effects. Late stage syphilis can really take a toll on someone, and is best known for eventually making you go crazy. Crazy enough to Covfefe (despite the constant negative press).
Speaking of Making Someone Go Crazy..
Untreated syphilis has somewhere between a 25 to 40% chance of developing into neurosyphilis. Some of the milder side effects include dementia, confusion, changes in mental stability, irritability, memory problems, and mood disturbances. Hair loss is also a known side effect of syphilis.
If Trump Does Have Syphilis, He Probably Got it Sometime in the 1990s
It generally takes somewhere around 20 to 30 years for syphilis to really start to take its toll, so Trump would have had to have most likely gotten the STD sometime between 1988 and 1998. Back when he looked like this:
Syphilis Was HUGE Back Then
According to the article “Sexually transmitted diseases in the USA: temporal trends” by Sevgi Aral, Kevin Fenton, and King Holmes, syphilis peaked in the US around 1990. So during the most likely time Trump would have gotten syphilis, the STD was five times more prevalent. Huh.
Trump Definitely Slept Around During That Time
The man has said himself that he’s “had” many women in the past, and he was especially busy around the time of divorcing his first wife Ivana in – you guessed it – the early 90s (1992). He compared his past sexual promiscuity to the Vietnam War with Howard Stern in a 1997 interview.
“I’ve been so lucky in terms of that whole world,” he told Stern regarding his past dating life. “It is a dangerous world out there-it’s scary, like Vietnam. Sort of like the Vietnam era. It is my personal Vietnam. I feel like a great and very brave soldier.”
Maybe He Stepped on a Syphilis Mine While on Deployment in His “Personal Vietnam”?
The only way we will ever really know if Donald Trump has syphilis is if he got tested. Beyond that is purely speculation, but what we do know is syphilis is nothing to be ignored. He has sounded pretty confident in the past that he’s been safe, but it never hurts to check!
Author: Nick Corlis
Nick Corlis is a writer, marketer, and designer. He believes strongly in the importance of sexual safety and takes joy in knowing the information we share is helping others. When he is not writing about STDs, Nick likes to race cars, build computers, and watch old movies.