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The pregnant woman who made the ‘unbelievable’ claim about a president’s body has gone viral

When the news of President Donald Trump’s death spread in 2017, it caused outrage across the nation.

For many, it was a symbol of how his presidency was not a healthy, lasting one.

“The news of his death and the shock of his passing shocked people all over the world,” said Dr. Joseph M. DeSalvo, a professor of medicine at the University of Pennsylvania.

“We were all very shocked.

This was the first time that a presidential body had died of natural causes.

And yet here she was, saying that the president was actually suffering from a natural condition. “

This is a person who was very close to him, very close and very well connected, a close friend and an expert on the medical condition of presidents.

The president was born to a Jewish mother and an African American father in 1946. “

It’s a very strange statement and it’s a statement that the media and the public have been totally silent on.”

The president was born to a Jewish mother and an African American father in 1946.

In 2016, he was married to Melania Trump, the former model who was the most prominent face of his campaign.

Trump has never been shy about his opinions on race and immigration.

But in the 2016 campaign, he said the Mexican immigrants in his family were not criminals, they were not drug dealers and that they were patriots.

“They were good people,” he said.

“I love all of them.

I have great respect for all of those people.

“But I didn’t care. “

When I was a young man in Queens, New York, I was in a lot of trouble,” Trump said in an interview with Time magazine in 2014.

“But I didn’t care.

I get on the plane and I fly home, and I go to the airport, I go down to JFK and I’m greeted by Melania Trump and my family. “

Now, I get up in the morning, I don�t have any trouble.

I get on the plane and I fly home, and I go to the airport, I go down to JFK and I’m greeted by Melania Trump and my family.

It�s a very nice moment.”

Trump said he did not know that his parents were Jewish and that he had no connection to the Jewish community.

He was born in 1946 to Polish immigrants, according to the New York Daily News.

“They weren�t the kind of people that had any interest in the politics of Israel, either.

They were very anti-Semitic,” Trump told the New Yorker magazine in 2015.

I never had a relationship with the Jewish people, but I have a great respect.””

That was the only way I could think of to explain to the people that I�m a nationalist.

I never had a relationship with the Jewish people, but I have a great respect.”

In an interview on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” Trump acknowledged that he was aware of the Holocaust, but said he never discussed it with his parents.

“When you get to a certain age, you know, you kind of kind of forget that a lot has happened,” he told the host.

“And I just kind of went with it, but, you�re not supposed to have anything to do with the Holocaust.”

On Saturday, The Associated Press reported that a retired Navy admiral, William McRaven, who had served in the Marine Corps and the Army, had written an essay on Trump on his website about how he had met Trump in the 1980s and later became friends with him.

He called Trump a “good man” who was “a very good friend.”

“It�s hard to imagine a president that is so unassuming, so humble and so compassionate that he is willing to spend the rest of his life with you,” the retired admiral wrote.

“You are an extraordinary man, and he is an extraordinary person.”