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Daughter of the Pediatrician says he has made the Trump Bone Fever diagnosis a "favor" for Fred Trump: New York Times



Dr. Larry Braunstein, a podiatrist who died in 2007, often said that Donald Trump was following the diagnosis of bone spurs so that he could be released from military service, his two daughters – dr. Elysa Braunstein and Sharon Kessel – told The New York Times.

"It was family history," said Elysa Braunstein of The Times, adding that the story was "something we would always discuss among friends and family."

The Times found no records supporting the family's report calling themselves Democrats who did not like Trump, and Elysa Braunstein was not sure if her father had ever investigated Donald Trump.

The White House did not respond to the Times demand for an interview with the President and answered no questions about its service protocol.

Dr. Braunstein rented his office in Jamaica, Queens, in the 1

960s by Fred Trump, the Times reported, citing records. His two daughters told the Times that their father had provided the older Trump with the diagnosis of bone spurs.

"I know it was a favor," Elysa Braunstein told the newspaper, adding that the "little favor" gave her dad "access" to Fred Trump.

"If there was something wrong in the building, my dad would call and (Fred) Trump would take care of it right away," she told The Times.

Elysa Braunstein also told the newspaper that her father implied that Trump had no foot complaints.

In 1968, at the age of four, Donald Trump was postponed due to training four times 22, seven years before the Vietnam War.

In an interview with The Times in 2016, Trump claimed that a doctor "gave me a letter – a very strong letter – on the heels", which he should provide officials. In the interview, Trump could not remember the name of the doctor.

Dan Merica of CNN contributed to this report.


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