aside President’s Age / Ignorance Was Showing When He Didn’t Know Differences Between HIV And HPV

LEFT - Adult film actress/director Stormy Daniels (Ethan Miller/Getty Images) RIGHT - Former Playboy playmate Karen McDougal (Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images)

Bill Gates recently divulged that he had attempted to talk business with the republican President Donald Trump on at least two meetings. Mr. Gates who was focused on talking about the advantages of the government partnering with private industry in the research of vaccinations to prevent diseases, was surprised when the president questioned him on both occasions about the differences between HIV and HPV infections.

What’s alarming is that the president should have made it his business to know more about these diseases, as it has become public knowledge, that he did not practice safe sex with his multiple adulterous affairs.


As per a March 26, 2018 report by Martha Ross, “In describing their alleged affairs with President Donald Trump publicly, Karen McDougal and Stormy Daniels have raised a host of legal issues about possible abuse of power and campaign-finance violations. But they also revealed to Anderson Cooper a health-related detail that has raised other questions. They say that Trump preferred to not use condoms in the sexual encounters they had with him in 2006.”

“The TV anchor pointedly asked both women if “protection was used during their alleged encounters with the future president. They said no, and people on Twitter took note.”

“Forget the affair, if I were Melania Trump I would be LIVID that my husband was risking my health by having unprotected sex with a porn star,” wrote lawyer and feminist author Amee Vanderpool, who also called Daniels “smart” and “savvy.”

Amee Vanderpool@girlsreallyrule

Forget the affair, if I were Melania Trump I would be LIVID that my husband was risking my health by having unprotected sex with a porn star.

Here is the rest of the story…

On May 18, 2018, Karen Kaplan of the LA Times penned the following report, “Yes, President Trump, there is a difference between HIV and HPV. Here’s a handy tipsheet”

“In the early days of his presidency, Donald Trump famously declared that “nobody knew that healthcare could be so complicated.”


“At the time, he was talking about health insurance. But perhaps he was also thinking about two potentially life-threatening viruses — HIV and HPV.In a video that came to light this week, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates described two meetings with Trump where the men discussed a variety of issues related to innovation, science, education and global health.”

“Both times, he wanted to know if there was a difference between HIV and HPV,” Gates recounted to staffers of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. “I was able to explain that those are rarely confused with each other.”


HIV, short for human immunodeficiency virus, wreaks havoc on the immune system. If not kept in check with proper treatment, the virus will rob the body of its ability to withstand infections. HIV can lead to AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syndrome), a condition that makes people vulnerable to opportunistic infections. These infections can be fatal.”

HPV (human papillomavirus) is the name for a family of viruses that affect the skin and other organs. More than 150 viruses have been identified, though not all of them are dangerous. About 40 types infect the genital area, including at least 13 that can cause cancer. Some types of HPV produce warts elsewhere on the body, including on the hands, elbows and feet.”


“For President Trump, and anyone else out there who may be confused, here’s a primer on the difference between HIV and HPV.”

“Who’s infected?”

“HIV: More than 1.1 million Americans are infected with HIV.”

“HPV: About 79 million Americans have an HPV infection.”

“Do they know?”

“HIV: About 14% of Americans with HIV don’t know they are infected.”

“HPV: Most people with HPV don’t even know that they’re infected.”


“What happens if left untreated?”

“HIV: The virus reduces the immune system’s supply of T cells, making patients vulnerable to opportunistic infections.”

“HPV: In most cases, an HPV infection clears up on its own. Two types of HPV cause genital warts, which can be uncomfortable but are not dangerous.”

“How does it spread?”

“HIV: It can spread through sexual contact or by sharing needles with someone who is infected. A mother can pass HIV to her child during pregnancy, birth or through breastfeeding.”

“HPV: It spreads through skin-to-skin contact during vaginal, anal or oral sex.”

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“Does it cause cancer?”

“HIV: People with HIV are more likely to develop certain types of cancer, including Kaposi sarcoma, aggressive B-cell non-Hodgkin lymphoma and cervical cancer.”

“HPV: About a dozen types of HPV can cause cervical cancer, along with cancers in the vulva, vagina, penis, anus, mouth and throat.”

“Is there a cure?”

“HIV: There is no cure for HIV, but it can be kept under control with antiretroviral therapy, or ART.”

“HPV: There is no treatment for the virus, but there are medicines for the conditions the virus causes.”

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“What about a vaccine?”

“HIV: There is no vaccine to prevent HIV, though several candidates are in the works.”

“HPV: There are vaccines to prevent infection with up to nine types of HPV that cause cancer.”

“What else do I need to know?”

“HIV: Once a person becomes infected, doctors can’t eliminate all traces of the virus. But patients on ART can have a normal life expectancy. There is no cure for HIV.”

“HPV: It is the most common sexually transmitted disease, and nearly everyone becomes infected at least once in their lives.”

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“Bonus material: HSV”

“Now that you’ve mastered the difference between HIV and HPV, you might be interested in a third virus with a similar name — HSV.”

“Short for herpes simplex virus, HSV causes genital herpes, a sexually transmitted disease that afflicts more than 17% of Americans between the ages of 14 and 49. It spreads through vaginal, anal or oral sex. Symptoms include itching, pain, small sores or blisters, ulcers and scabs. There is no vaccine or cure, but there are medicines that can shorten an active outbreak or prevent a future one.”


    • Dear Rugby843,

      He has a lot to learn. But it is this lack of discipline that may cost him him bigly as it is a major reason that I am convinced that it was the president who had the affair with the playmate Shera Bechard who became pregnant but decided not to carry it instead of Elliott Broidy, the man who fell on his sword to cover up this particular infidelity.

      Hugs, Gronda

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  1. Gronda, the gaffe that may have derailed his North Korea meeting was his misunderstanding what John Bolton meant by the Libya model. In essence, he implied he would consider going in and removing Kim from power.

    What worries me more than the gaffes are his conscious lying to support a position. He does that far more. Keith

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    • Dear Keith,

      I wonder how this president will be remembered in the history books, as the liar in chief, the bully in chief, the cheater in chief or the racist in chief. How about on his tombstone, here lays a man who took, and took and took but who gave so little back, who rarely read but thought he knew more than all the experts in the country.

      For that exercise, where we were instructed to say something positive about this man, and I genuinely found it mission impossible. There is one good thing. God created him and must love him but that is why He is God. I suppose that has to be good enough.

      Hugs, Gronda


      • Gronda, my guess is he will be remembered as the man who ceded America’s global leadership position in the world and demonized America’s institutions, including the press. Keith

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  2. Trying to just step back and look at Trump’s problems; rationally this would be a good time to think ‘Heck I keep goofing…….somebody cancel all my appointments for two weeks, say I got the flu ….I need some advice on basics’

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