The daughters of the late Dr. Larry Braunstein, a one-time podiatrist based in Queens, have told the New York Times that their father helped President Donald Trump escape getting drafted during the Vietnam War by fabricating a diagnosis of bone spurs in his feet.
56-year-old Dr. Elysa Braunstein tells the Times that her late father implied that Trump did not suffer from a debilitating foot ailment, and that he offered the bogus diagnosis as a favor to Trump patriarch Fred Trump.
“I know it was a favor,” explains Elysa Braunstein, whose account was also corroborated by her sister, Sharon Kessel. “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.” (our emphasis)You could have knocked us over with a feather. Who would've imagined old Fred Trump ever bailing out his worthless son?
Today, for the first time in his regime, Cadet Bone Spurs visited American troops in a combat zone.
|(Photo: Pear- shaped man at Al Adad Air Base, Iraq/ Reuters)|
UPDATE: True to form, since Cadet Bone Spurs' lips were moving, you knew he'd be lying, while delivering a political speech to the
troops no less --
Trump to soldiers deployed in Iraq: "When you think about it, you’re fighting for borders in other countries! And they don’t want to fight, the Democrats, for the border of our country. It doesn’t make a lot of sense."— Ali Rogin (@AliABCNews) December 26, 2018
Then 2) He said he raised the military's pay by ten percent. FACT: It was raised 2.8% in 2018 and another 2.6% in the current NDAA.— Ali Rogin (@AliABCNews) December 26, 2018