President Trump Remembers His Late Brother During Moving White House Speech

Most people have never even heard of President Trump’s older brother Fred, but the president revealed the powerful impact his brother had on his life last week.

President Trump announced the opioid crisis was a national health emergency last week.Boston Herald

The president was announcing that America’s opioid crisis is now officially a public health emergency, which will help bring funding and public attention to the deadly epidemic. In 2015, 142 people in America died every day from drug overdoses, and 2/3 of those deaths were caused by opioids like Percocet or Oxycontin, as well as fentanyl and heroin.

This is the first time that a public health emergency has been delcared since 2009’s H1N1 outbreak. But the important announcement was overshadowed by a personal message from the president. Warning Americans about the dangers of drug use, Trump remembered his late brother Frederick Jr.

Trump signs a presidential memorandum about the national health emergency.Boston Herald

Trump, who famously doesn’t drink or smoke, said during his speech that he “learned because of Fred.” He also remembered his brother as a “great guy, best looking guy,” adding that while his personality was “much better than mine […] he had a problem.”

The Trump siblings, from left to right: Robert Trump, Elizabeth Trump, Fred Trump Jr., Donald Trump, Maryanne TrumpDonald Trump Campaign

But the speech took many people by surprise. While President Trump’s family was in the spotlight during his presidential campaign, Fred was barely mentioned. As it turns out, the president’s brother was a very important figure in his life…

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