New York Times Attacks Donald Trump With Fake Health Report Over His Exemption From Vietnam War Draft
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New York Times Attacks Donald Trump With Fake Health Report Over His Exemption From Vietnam War Draft


NEW YORK – December 27, 2018

Yesterday the New York Times published another “sensational” and “shocking” report on the health of Donald Trump, yet, since the “mental health problems of Mr. President” narrative already seems to be too boring for readers (as the vast majority of the “specialists” have already been revealed as politically-motivated and biased), the journalists ( Steve Eder in particular) basically invented another “problem.”

President Trump never experienced the nightmares of the Vietnam War since back in the fall of 1968, Donald J. Trump received a timely diagnosis of bone spurs in his heels that led to his medical exemption from the military during Vietnam.

The doctor who made the diagnosis, Larry Braunstein, died more than ten years ago, so he can’t defend his medical opinion.

However, according to the article, Mr. Trump avoided the draft intentionally! And where is such information from? It didn’t come from Braunstein’s colleagues or from the results of Trump’s medical examination. The Times’ source used to conclude that Trump lied to Dr. Braunstein and (allegedly) forced to doctor to make the diagnosis is Braunstein’s daughter Elysa.

She’s 56 now. Back in 1968 she was only six years old. She claims her father told her “some secrets over the health conditions of Donald Trump years ago.”

The article reads:

“I know it was a favor,” said one daughter, Dr. Elysa Braunstein, 56, who along with her sister, Sharon Kessel, 53, shared the family’s account for the first time publicly when contacted by the New York Times.

Elysa Braunstein said the implication from her father was that Trump did not have a disqualifying foot ailment. “But did he examine him? I don’t know,” she said.

In fact, Elysa knows nothing about the story but has taken it upon herself to speak on behalf of her father, who was a well-known and respectable podiatrist.

The daughter continued her conspiracy theories:

“What he got was access to Fred Trump. If there was anything wrong in the building, my dad would call and Trump would take care of it immediately. That was the small favor that he got.”

Even the doctor’s colleagues don’t corroborate Elysa’s and the New York Time’s crazy theory. For example, Dr. Alec Hochstein, who worked with Braunstein back in the 1990’s, said he couldn’t remember any discussions related to Trump’s medical exemption during the years they worked together.

To sum up, it looks like crooked Democrats, the Deep State, and the mainstream media have started another campaign against Trump, and we all know how good they are at fabricating fake news.

Author: USA Really