The New York Times published the story of two openly anti-Trump Democrats, who claim that their deceased father helped the President avoid Vietnam back in 1968.
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The New York Times tracked down the daughters of a doctor – who was dead, to report for over a decade, that your claims that your father helped, now President of the Trump military service during the Vietnam war, despite the paper admitting that it could not confirm the story.
In the article now controversy, Times investigative reporter Steve Elder produced discovered “a timely diagnosis of bone spurs in the heels, led to his medical exemption from the military during Vietnam”.
In 1968, the diagnosis is to record for a long time a subject of control in the trump suit, with few details publicly available, and Trump, he claims not to remember the circumstances. But the Times reported that “a possible explanation popped up,” because Dr. Larry Braunstein – died who in 2007 – has his now-anti-Trump children about his role.
“His daughters say that their father often tells the story, comes to the aid of a young Mr. Trump during the Vietnam war as a favor to his father,” Elder wrote.
“It’s articles like this that make me doubt that the Times has any ethics left.”
— Dan Gainor
Braunstein ‘ s daughters, “told the family the account for the first time to the public” for the Times piece and not admitted that you know whether or not her father actually studied the trump card. She said it was a “favor” by Fred Trump, the father of the current President, worked in the possession of the Queens building Braunstein.
“No paper evidence has been found, to help confirm the version of events described by the family Braunstein,” the Times nine paragraphs wrote in the piece. Buried 30 paragraphs into the function, the mention casually that “the daughters of, say, both Democrats, they are not fans of Mr. Trump.”
“Braunstein’s daughters, said her father had no medical records with the family, and a doctor who bought his practice, said he was not aware of all the documents in connection with Mr. Trump,” the times.
Media Research Center vice president Dan Gainor called it “amazing” that the times “are actively encouraged to give the family of the deceased doctors, their opinions on the private medical records” for a hit-piece.
“We believe that people, the three or six [years old] in the time somehow trump is the detailed medical history. I’m not surprised that the paper arrange a séance and quiz the late doctor, too,” Gainor told Fox News.
The times traced to a different doctor, who has to be treated with manganese dioxide in the late 1990s, claiming that his old colleague mentioned, of the trumps, but “any discussions” in connection with the medical use exemption. The paper added that he began the investigation, ” when an anonymous tipster suggested that a podiatrist, was a commercial tenant of Fred Trump’s had available, the medical documentation,” but no names were provided so that the paper referred to “old city directories”, the relatives of a doctor, the seat of the anonymous tipster’s description.
“It’s the perfect liberal story. Trump you can deny it but the fact that these are private records, the only way to disprove it, the Time to dig through his medical records. It’s articles like this that make me doubt that the Times has any ethics left,” Gainor said.
Conservative strategist Chris Barron mocked, the paper runs the story.
“The New York Times is essentially indistinguishable from a gossip rag you’d find in the super-market checkout counter.”
— Chris Barron
“The complete and total abdication of any basic journalistic standards,” Barron told Fox News.
A spokesman for trump and for the Times did not immediately respond to a request for comment.