Trump's Former Doctor Says Trump Wrote His Own Health Evaluation

Posted May 03, 2018

Donald Trump's former doctor has said that he felt "raped, frightened and sad" after a top White House aide conducted a "raid" on his New York City offices and took the US President's health records previous year, according to a new report.

"He dictated that whole letter".

Trump's then-White House physician, Ronny Jackson, reportedly wrote a letter to Bornstein approving the records' release, a source told the news station, but it's unclear whether there was a release form attached. "His physical strength and stamina are extraordinary", the letter read.

"If elected, Mr. Trump, I can state unequivocally, will be the healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency", Bornstein had said.

Bornstein, who was Trump's doctor since 1980, told CNN he was in a vehicle with his wife and was speaking with the then-presidential candidate on the phone and Trump was telling him what he wanted the letter to say. "He says Trump even dictated things he refused to include in the letter, which means that was the toned-down version that we saw".

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Given Bornstein's admission of signing off on a misleading picture of Trump's health, as well as the White House's history of being reckless with the truth, it's hard to know who's being honest here. But White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said the incident was "standard procedure".

However, the doctor said it felt "like a raid" and the episode left him feeling "raped, frightened and sad".

Dr Bornstein's statement also claimed Mr Trump's cardiovascular health was "excellent" and his blood pressure was "astonishingly excellent".

Bornstein claims that he faced a "raid" shortly after his February Times interview revealing the hair drug tidbit.

Bornstein told the network: "They must have been here for 25 minutes or 30 minutes. It created a lot of chaos", said Bornstein.

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Two days later, Bornstein recalled, he was in his office when three men arrived, without warning, and demanded all of Trump's medical records.

He told NBC that Trump's longtime personal secretary then called him and said: "So you wanted to be the White House doctor?"

The letter thrust the eccentric Bornstein, with his shoulder-length hair and round eyeglasses, into public view.

"And it was certainly not a breach of medical trust to tell somebody they take Propecia to grow their hair".

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