Trump's longtime doctor says Trump dictated glowing bill of health

Trump's Doctor Says Trump Basically Wrote That Glowing Health Letter: Report

Dr. Sanjay Gupta, CNN's chief medical correspondent, said that if it's true, the dictation would also raise questions about what the letter might have omitted about Trump's health. Harold Bornstein told NBC News on Tuesday that the "raid" was conducted by Trump's longtime personal bodyguard Keith Schiller and another "large man" on February 3, 2017.

I just thought, Like patient, like doctor.

In December 2015, Donald Trump's personal physician released a letter describing his patient's health in language that sounded more like it was written by the patient himself than the doctor - and it turns out that might be exactly what happened.

As well as claiming the then-presidential hopeful had "excellent" cardiovascular health, the letter claimed Trump's lab tests and blood pressure were "astonishingly excellent". It claimed that Trump had lost 15 pounds over the preceding year. "I didn't write that letter", Bornstein told CNN about 71-year-old Trump, who became the oldest president to be elected in United States history.

White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders told reporters that the records were retrieved as part of "standard operating procedure".

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Bornstein told the network: "They must have been here for 25 minutes or 30 minutes". "Prior to turning over the records, Dr. Bornstein was informed of the reasons for the request and willingly complied". Dr. Harold Bornstein, president trump's longtime physician in NY signed and launched this assertion in 2015.

He describes the encounter as a "raid" that occurred a few days after he spilled to the New York Times that the president takes hair-growth medication.

The picture comes following recent reports that Bornstein claimed Trump dictated the 2015 medical report.

Asked if the operation was a raid, she said: "No, that is not my understanding".

"Law enforcement can get copies of medical records, under some specific circumstances, but it doesn't seem like the people gathering these records were acting as law enforcement officers", Wynia said. That earned him a firing via Trump's secretary, on the phone. "Trump's doctor said these drugs are trivial, [but] it's not on the doctor to decide that".