John G Trump, Donald Trump’s uncle served in MIT for 40 years

The former US President and presidential hopeful Donald Trump spoke at a rally New Hampshire primary on Wednesday, where he once again mentioned his uncle, Dr. John Trump, who he claimed worked at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) for 40 years.

Dr. John Trump, who passed away in 1985, was a professor of engineering and a renowned physicist who specialized in high-voltage phenomena, electron acceleration and radiation. He also designed X-ray generators for cancer therapy and co-founded a company making generators for nuclear research. During World War Two, Dr. Trump was involved in radar research for the Allies and was entrusted by the FBI to examine the papers and equipment of Nikola Tesla, the legendary inventor, after his death in 1943.


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