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Subject: "Professional opinion"...Hardly. He later admitted it was a scam. ...

Interview by the doc himself
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Date Posted: Thursday, January 14, 12:33:51pm
In reply to: A qualified medical professional giving his opinion. 's message, "How is he a quack?" on Thursday, January 14, 11:00:55am

Medical Ethics Expert: Trumpfs Former Doctor Should Lose License...
May 2, 2018

Former Trump doctor Harold Bornstein may be in hot water over the president's medical letter.

On Tuesday, President Trumpfs former doctor Harold Bornstein dropped a bit of a bombshell in a CNN interview, claiming that the glowing doctor note he wrote for then-candidate Trump in 2016 was actually dictated by Trump himself. gHe dictated that whole letter. I didnft write that letter,h Bornstein said Tuesday. gI just made it up as I went along.h If thatfs true, and combined with Bornsteinfs public revelations to the New York Times about President Trumpfs hair growth medication, Bornstein may be in some pretty serious legal and ethical hot water—and gabsolutely should loseh his medical license, one of the countryfs leading medical ethicists tells Fortune.

Bornstein claims that he faced a graidh shortly after his February 2017 Times interview revealing the hair drug tidbit. That would suggest a major relationship change between Trump and Bornstein from 2016, when Bornsteinfs medical note made what many considered hyperbolic assertions about the candidatefs health. Bornsteinfs note claimed Trump would be the ghealthiest individual ever electedh and that his laboratory tests were gastonishingly excellenth—wording that appeared to mimic the vernacular of one Donald Trump.

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