(Newswire.net— May 3, 2018) — Former Donald Trump’s personal doctor Harold Bornstein said that Trump, at the time he was a US presidential candidate, had “dictated” a report that his health seemed perfect.
“He dictated that whole letter. I didn’t write that letter,” Bornstein told NBC News on Tuesday. “I just made it up as I went along.”
Officials from the Trump election campaign announced in December 2015 a text coming from the doctor saying that Trump, will be “the healthiest man ever elected,” as president of the United States.
A few months later, Dr. Bornstein said that he wrote the letter in a hurry while Trump’s car waited for him. Yesterday he also confirmed that in February 2017, several days after he told the New York Times that Trump was taking hair growth remedies, three men close to Trump came to his cabinet and took away all the president’s medical records.
Dr. Bernstein stated that the men stayed for 25 minutes, half an hour, searching his office. He said he felt “raped, frightened and sad” as two of these men, Trump’s bodyguard Kit Schiller and the lawyer of “Organization Trump” Alan Garten, seized all medical records of then Presidential candidate Donald Trump.
In September 2016, when it was discovered that Democratic candidate Hilary Clinton had pneumonia, the statement on Trump’s “excellent” health condition was something Dr. Bernstein wrote as he decided to “play along,” he told the CNN.
The US president’s “excellent health” condition was repeated by current White House doctor Roni Jackson, after examining Tramp for the first time.
Dr. Jackson last week found himself at the heart of a controversy over the discovery that forced him to withdraw his candidacy for the post of Veteran minister. Among other things, allegations, which forced Dr. Jackson to give up his candidacy, is an excessive use of alcohol and giving too many medicine recipes.
While the US President’s health records from Dr. Bornstein’s office are secured in the White House, US psychologists, psychiatrists and social workers believe that Trump’s mental condition is impossible to hide. They have sent a letter to New York Times’ Editors in which they argue that Donald Trump is not capable of serving as President of the United States.
The letter relates to a text of New York Times columnist Charles M. Braun, who expressed concern over Trump’s mode of government and the constant need to “put the opposition under his boot,” thereby undermining the basic principles of democracy.
Experts in the letter expressed concern about the psychological health of the president, media reported in the US.
The American Psychiatrist Association in its Code of Ethics condemns psychiatrists who make official assessments of patients who they did not personally review or talk to, and stress that psychiatrists and psychologists should not give expert opinions on this issue.