Purple Heart veteran starts online campaign to send Trump to war zone

A veteran wants to send Donal Trump to war

A Purple Heart is awarded to a soldier wounded or killed during active duty.

At a rally in Virginia, veteran Louis Dorfman gave Donald Trump his Purple Heart. Trump's response was controversial, "I've always wanted to get a Purple Heart. This was much easier."

Trump has faced scrutiny for dodging the draft multiple times and for criticizing war heroes.

Afghanistan veteran Cameron Kerr wasn't pleased with the Trump's comments. He's started a GoFundMe campaign to send Trump to a war zone, so the candidate can actually "earn" a Purple Heart.

So far, the online campaign has raised over $58 thousand in donations.

Although Kerr admits sending Trump to a war zone may not be realistic, he plans to redirect the money to a cause Trump may oppose, Syrian refugees.

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401756 02: Eighty-eight-year-old Sidney Bick, a Purple Heart recipient and U.S. Navy veteran of World War II, poses for a photo March 1, 2002 in his Skokie, IL home. Bick, a former bugler and sonar operator in the U.S. Navy, is a member of 'Bugles Across America,' a buglers group that plays Taps at veterans funerals in the Chicago area. The cap he is wearing identifies him as a past Department Commander of Military Order of the Purple Hearts. (Photo by Tim Boyle/Getty Images)
Afghanistan––SGT 1st. class Broderick Morgan, 35, a member of the 82nd Airborne division of the U.S. Army, holds one of the two purple hearts he has be awarded for being shot in combat situations. Morgan, of McDonough, Ga. has survived a lightning strike in 1995, being shot in Kosovo in 1999 and most recently being shot this year in Kandahar, Afghanistan. All of the incidents have happened in July, which he jokingly says he should now take off each year on leave time. Photo/Art: ^^^ / Los Angeles Times. (Photo by Rick Loomis/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)
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