TRUMP's Clinton Health Smear Backfires

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    Aug 28, 2016 1:16 AM GMT
    Fictionist-cum-illusionist Trump's health smear of HRC has backfired and it's biting him in the ass. As I predicted, the media and the public are now focused on Trump's medical status. See http://www.cnn.com/2016/08/25/opinions/trump-clinton-health-obeidallah/index.html.

    Now the doctor who wrote that comical medical letter is under strict scrutiny. Reportedly, that doctor, Dr. Bornstein, wrote his medical evaluation in 5 minutes. Bornstein said he added some hyperbole to the note because "I think I picked up his kind of language and then I just interpreted it to my own." In other words, theDonald told the doctor what to say in his medical evaluation and the doctor paraphrased it. This would be comical if it weren't pathetic. See http://www.cnn.com/2016/08/26/politics/donald-trump-doctor-note/index.html.

    Buh-bye, Donald. #ReleaseYourTax Returns @LittleHandTrump. #ReleaseYourRealMedicalRecords @ LittleHandTrump.
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    Aug 28, 2016 9:05 AM GMT
    His health is 'astonishingly excellent'. He wasn't fit for Vietnam though...the wonders of modern medicine...
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    Aug 28, 2016 3:08 PM GMT
    Ex_Mil8 said
    His health is 'astonishingly excellent'. He wasn't fit for Vietnam though...the wonders of modern medicine...

    Plus the wonders of the modern connections of the rich, when it comes to getting draft deferments.

    Strange, his excuse was a heel spur or something, wasn't it? Both my ankles have birth defects. The left is so bad, due to bone fusion, that it has very limited articulation. Can only move a few degrees in 1 direction, not rotate like normal.

    Yet I was still determined medically fit for US service during the 1960s, same Vietnam War period as Trump. And in fact served in the Army. Where I had to do lots of marching, running, jumping, and putting my ankles to hard use. Tell us another one, Donald.