THE BONE SPUR PRESIDENT



BONE SPUR DIAGNOSIS THAT HELPED T-RUMP

 AVOID VIETNAM DRAFT WAS A ‘FAVOR’


POINT:  SURROUNDED BY FAKE DOCTOR REPORTS
PROPER FOR A FAKE PRESIDENT AND FRAUD 
 

Thats where all the real scum is. You will not find much from his recent doctors who gave him fake rave reviews.  Both have dropped off the maps since they lied about him.   One blown out by a Congress who would not vet him, the tipsy drug issuing Admiral and the other whose practice might not appeal to everyone.  Now he wants to promote the Admiral, AKA ADMIRAL Dr. Feelgood, the liberal pill pusher in the WhiteHouse.

Breaking news  WASHINGTON – Two daughters of a New York podiatrist say that 50 years ago their father diagnosed President Donald T-RUMP with bone spurs in his heels as a favor to the doctor’s landlord, Fred T-RUMP, The New York Times reported Wednesday:

Trump received five deferments from the draft for military service during the Vietnam War.  He received four education deferments while he was a college student and a fifth deferment in 1968 for a medical exemption after he graduated. 

Larry Braunstein, who died in 2007, rented a ground floor office in a building owned by Trump in Jamaica, Queens. His daughters, Elysa Braunstein, 56, and Sharon Kessel, 53, told the Times that their father's role in Trump's diagnosis had become "family lore." "It was something we would always discuss," Elysa Braunstein told the Times. She and her sister are both Democrats who oppose Trump, according to the newspaper. 

Elysa Braunstein said their father made the diagnosis to gain access to the landlord and that she didn't know if her father even examined the junior Trump.  

"I know it was a favor," Elysa Braunstein said. "What he got was access to Fred Trump," she told the Times. "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."

The women did not offer any documentation to back up their claims. They said their father’s story also involve on how much Fred Trump helped his son through the years, giving him what today would be more than $410 million. And  a second podiatrist, Manny Weinstein, who died in 1995.   Weinstein's landlord was also Fred Trump. 

The White House did not make Trump available for a follow-up interview to the New York Times and did not respond to written questions about his service record.

In October, the Times reported T-RUMP told the Times in 2016 that a doctor wrote him a letter for the draft board about the bone spurs – which Trump said were "temporary" and "minor" – but he could not recall the doctor's name.   "I had a doctor that gave me a letter – a very strong letter on the heels," Trump told the Times. 

Questions about Trump’s deferments have dogged him at least since 2011 when The Smoking Gun published an extract of his draft record. 

Critics have noted that T-RUMP was an athlete who enjoyed playing football, baseball, squash, tennis and golf in the years before his medical deferment.  

"I was the best baseball player in New York when I was young," Trump told interviewer Michael D'Antonio in 2014. "I was always the best at sports." 

"It was a long time ago," Trump told reporters at a July 2015 campaign rally in Iowa. "I had student deferments and then ultimately had a medical deferment because of my feet. I had a bone spur." 

When asked which foot had the problem, Trump – who has claimed to have "one of the greatest memories of all time" – told reporters that he could not remember. His campaign later released a statement saying the spurs affected both feet. 

The late Sen. John McCain, a Vietnam veteran whom Trump said was not a war hero because he got captured, took a veiled shot at the president's medical deferment during an October 2017 C-SPAN interview. 

"One aspect of the conflict, by the way, that I will never ever countenance is that we drafted the lowest-income level of America, and the highest-income level found a doctor that would say that they had a bone spur. That is wrong. That is wrong. If we are going to ask every American to serve, every American should serve," McCain said. 

Back in 1968, at the age of 22, Donald J. T-RUMP seemed the picture of health.  He stood 6 feet 2 inches with an athletic build; had played football, tennis and squash; and was taking up golf. His medical history was unblemished, aside from a routine appendectomy when he was 10.

But after he graduated from college in the spring of 1968, making him eligible to be drafted and sent to Vietnam, he received a diagnosis that would change his path: bone spurs in his heels.  The diagnosis resulted in a coveted 1-Y medical deferment that fall, exempting him from military service as the United States was undertaking huge troop deployments to Southeast Asia, inducting about 300,000 men into the military that year.



POINT: T-RUMP IS A LIAR -  DRAFT DODGER - “ CAPTAIN COWARD

AKA “ CAPTAIN BONE SPURS” by Senator Tammy Duckworth

PROOFED AND VERIFIED:  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.  He does not have bone spurs. It’s a lie.  A setup by his fathers friendship with a client who was renting from the TRUMPS.  

HE’S THE GUY IN THE PICTURE WITH HIS BALL IN HIS HAND AND BELOW IS HIS CLASS PICTURE SHOWING THE SEVEN OR EIGHT TEAMS THAT HE PARTICIPATED ON.  WITH BONE SPURS?  
HIS TEST GRADES ARE SEQUEST-TURD UNDER LOCK AND KEY BECAUSE HIS MARKS ARE THOSE PROBABLY IN THE IDIOT - TO SIMPLETON RANGE...

Today we know  the truth.  For 50 years, the details of how the exemption came about, and who made the diagnosis, have remained a mystery, with Mr. T-RUMP himself saying during the presidential campaign that he could not recall who had signed off on the medical documentation. The paperwork has been secured.



The deferment was one of five Mr. Trump received during Vietnam. The others were for education.  His experience during the era is drawing new scrutiny after the Muslim American parents of a soldier who was killed in Iraq publicly questioned whether Mr. Trump had ever sacrificed for his country. In an emotional speech at the Democratic National Convention last week, the soldier’s father, Khizr Khan, directly addressed Mr. Trump, the Republican presidential nominee, saying, “You have sacrificed nothing and no one.”

Mr. Trump’s public statements about his draft experience sometimes conflict with his Selective Service records, and he is often hazy in recalling details.  In an interview with The New York Times last month, Mr. Trump said the bone spurs had been “temporary” — a “minor” malady that had not had a meaningful impact on him. He said he had visited a doctor who provided him a letter for draft officials, who granted him the medical exemption. He could not remember the doctor’s name.  “I had a doctor that gave me a letter — a very strong letter on the heels,” Mr. Trump said in the interview.

Donald Trump’s Draft Experience

Mr. Trump’s public statements about what kept him out of serving in Vietnam sometimes conflict with his Selective Service records.  Asked to provide The Times with a copy of the letter, which he had obtained after his fourth student deferment, Mr. Trump said he would have to look for it. A spokeswoman later did not respond to repeated requests for copies of it.

The Selective Service records that remain in the National Archives — many have been discarded — do not specify what medical condition exempted Mr. T-RUMP from military service.  Mr. Trump has described the condition as heel spurs, which are protrusions caused by calcium built up on the heel bone, treated through stretching, orthotics or sometimes surgery.

Mr. T-RUMP said that he could not recall exactly when he was no longer bothered by the spurs, but that he had not had an operation for the problem.   “Over a period of time, it healed up,” he said.

In the 2015 biography “The Truth About Trump,” the author, Michael D’Antonio, described interviewing Mr. Trump, who at one point slipped off a loafer to display a tiny bulge on his heel. And during a news conference last year, Mr. Trump could not recall which heel had been involved, prompting his campaign to release a statement saying it was both.

Mr. Trump, who has hailed his health as “perfection,” said the heel spurs were “not a big problem, but it was enough of a problem.”

“THEY WERE SPURS,” HE SAID. “YOU KNOW, IT WAS DIFFICULT
FROM THE LONG-TERM WALKING STANDPOINT.”


In December, his longtime personal physician, Dr. Harold N. Bornstein, announced that Mr. Trump had “no significant medical problems” over four decades and that, if elected, he “will be the healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency.” Dr. Bornstein made no mention of the bone spurs but did note the appendectomy from Mr. Trump’s 

The medical deferment meant that Mr. Trump, who had just completed the undergraduate real estate program at the Wharton School of Finance and Commerce at the University of Pennsylvania, could follow his father into the development business, which he was eager to do.

For many years, Donald J. Trump, asserted that it was “ultimately” a high draft lottery number that kept him out of the Vietnam War, rather than a medical condition. But his Selective Service records, obtained from the National Archives, suggest otherwise.

The story of Mr. Trump’s draft record has been reviewed by other publications, starting in 2011, when The Smoking Gun published his Selective Service documents. But a Times examination of his history, including interviews with Mr. Trump and experts on the era, revealed new details.

For many years, Mr. T-RUMP  70, has also asserted that it was “ultimately” the luck of a high draft lottery number — rather than the medical deferment — that kept him out of the war.   Not true ( as usual with T-RUMP)  His Selective Service records, obtained from the National Archives, suggest otherwise.  Mr. Trump had been medically exempted for more than a year when the draft lottery began in December 1969, well before he received what he has described as his “phenomenal” draft number.

In a 2011 television interview, Mr. T-RUMP described watching the draft lottery as a college student and learning then that he would not be drafted.  “I’ll never forget; that was an amazing period of time in my life,” he said in the interview, on Fox 5 New York. “I was going to the Wharton School of Finance, and I was watching as they did the draft numbers, and I got a very, very high number.” 

After his 18th birthday in June 1964, Donald J. Trump registered with the Selective Service, as did all men his age. It was the summer after his graduation from New York Military Academy and Mr. Trump recalled filling out his papers with his father, Fred Trump, at the local draft office on Jamaica Avenue in Queens.

Even if his views on Vietnam are broadly shared today, both his record and his statements on the war have proved fraught for Mr. Trump during his campaign. Last summer, he faced a backlash when he declared that John McCain, the Republican senator who had been a prisoner of war during Vietnam, was “not a war hero,” explaining, “I like people who weren’t captured.” Then a series of audio clips surfaced from the 1990s, including one in which Mr. T-RUMP told Howard Stern, the radio show host, that avoiding sexually transmitted diseases while dating “is my personal Vietnam.”




BOTTOM LINE:  Being a real coward, liar,  and scumbag is not a new thing for T-RUMP it’s genetic.  His dad was no angel, his son in laws family are also corrupt, some fear Jared KUSHNER more heartless and dangerous than T-RUMP.   His top Award from his School was neatness.  He belonged to Social activities like Hops and he polished his shoes nicely.  Hid dad was a major contributor to the school.


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