Donald Trump is SLIPPED a Secret Coin during “Handshake” (12-21-16)
Youtube ^ | 12/21/2016 | Vanity
Posted on 12/21/2016 10:38:00 PM PST by jennychase
Any idea why this guy gave coin (??) to Trump
This happened during cost reduction meeting
Challenge coin – job well done
Challenge coin, yes?
Maybe he borrowed a quarter to buy a Jawbreaker from a coin machine in the Cafeteria. I love blue raspberry jawbreakers!//
I have had this exact experience . From 2 LtGen’s – USMC and one US Army Maj Gen . It’s awesome ! I have quite a collection . Coins have come to me in many different ways . The ‘secret’ hand press is the best . Thanks gentlemen !
It is a common military custom.
Commanders have unique coins made for their units, which they give out as souvenirs or rewards for a job well done. Many folks like to collect them.
Trump need the coin to unlock the door to the Illuminati bunker that was built in South Pole with the help of Nazi scientists and aliens from Ceti Alpha 6.
Quite the honor!
I think this calls for a Facebook conspiracy page all of its own.
That’s cool! 🙂
Trump now has something that Obambi does not have…nor will ever have.
President Bill Clinton displayed several racks of challenge coins, which had been given to him by U.S. servicemembers, on the credenza behind his Oval Office desk. These coins are currently on display at the Clinton Library. The challenge coins appear in the background of his official portrait, now hanging in the White House.
President George W. Bush received a challenge coin from a Marine combat patrol unit during his short but unexpected visit to Al-Asad Airbase in Anbar province, Iraq, 3 September 2007.
President Barack Obama placed challenge coins on the memorials of the soldiers killed in the 2009 Fort Hood shooting.
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