Bornstein rocketed to fame during the 2016 election for claiming Trump would be “the healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency.”
Dr. Bornstein, Trump’s doctor of over 35 years, just wants to know how telling a newspaper that Trump takes hair growth drugs was a breach of trust.
President Donald Trump takes prostate medication to promote hair growth, changes the paper on the examining table himself and other tidbits from First Doctor Harold Bornstein.
(JTA) — We already knew that Harold Bornstein, M.D., personal physician to President-elect Donald Trump, was a bit unconventional. To recap: His public letter about Trump’s health, released a year ago, included a typo and was swimming with hyperbole, assuring readers that Trump “will be the healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency.” We also learned…
“I happen to have known the Sulzbergers for 50 years,” he said, referring to the family that owns The New York Times. “I’m going to make sure you don’t ever work again if you do this.”
Just when you thought Election 2016 couldn’t get weirder, Donald Trump’s Jewish doctor, who reassures us the nominee will be the “healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency,” has a thing for Italian so intense, he delivered a speech in the language – at his son’s bar mitzvah. And at least according to one account,…
Breaking news: There exists a man on this planet who speaks in more convoluted prose than Donald Trump. His name is Harold N. Bornstein, MD.