An old classmate has revealed that President Trump was sentenced to a 30 day psychiatric evaluation during his senior year at the New York Military Academy. Trump then broke out of the Ani Knaur Sanitarium in Cornwall days later with the help of his classmates.
The story was first reported by Mother Jones and the details come from a former classmate of the then young Donald Trump who does not want to be identified.
“Trump was incorrigible, even back then, every day I thought he and the upperclassmen were going to do something to kill either myself or one of the residents of Cornwall.”
Then the president’s former classmate told a tale of depravity, and small time corruption.
“He ended up in the mental institution after he got in trouble with the police several times. This judge was really frustrated trying to sentence Donald to any jail time since the local jail simply gave Trump work-release back into the school’s custody, so it was no punishment at all for Trump. Apparently his dad, Fred Trump, made the right donations to the jail or town cronies so the Donald never spent a night in the pokey.”
“Anyway, after a hazing where Trump made his charges run naked through town with objects up their assholes, the judge thought a month long stay at a psych ward would be the best punishment for Donald and one he couldn’t get out of, or so the judge thought: Donald Trump’s friends, the other upperclassmen, broke him out of the hospital after a couple of nights. The whole incident was covered up with Daddy Trump making a hefty donation to the psych hospital for their silence. After that he graduated and I’m sure the school and the judge were glad to never see him again.”
Senator Al Franken brought up the story when he talked to MSNBC, saying it corroborated doubts he is hearing privately about the president’s sanity from some in the GOP.
“They are worried about the temperament of a man who has never had to be accountable for anything bad he’s done in his life. The GOP has not said the magic words “impeachment” or “deposement” yet, but they’ve got to be thinking ‘what the hell have we got ourselves into.'”