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

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Yesterday, NBC broke an exclusive story about the president's long-time family physician, NY doctor Harold Bornstein.

Dr. Harold Bornstein, the physician who famously gave President Donald Trump an "astonishingly excellent" health assessment, now claims that people representing Trump stormed into his office and took off with his files on Trump.

Bornstein reportedly hoped to accompany Trump to the White House, too, but was similarly left behind. " In addition to expressing shocked awe at his physical strength and stamina, it also described his cardiovascular status as "excellent" and his blood pressure as "astonishingly excellent". Best I've ever tasted", the message in the artwork read.

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.

But Mr Trump 'dictated that whole letter. "I didn't write that letter", Bornstein said in the CNN interview. "I just made it up as I went along", Bornstein told CNN. "That's black humor, that letter", he said.

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"The hand off, which occurred well over a year ago, was peaceful, cooperative and cordial", a representative for Garten, who Bornstein claims helped "raid" his office, said in a statement to the Daily News. It's like the movie Fargo.

The incident took place shortly after The New York Times published a report in which Mr Bornstein said he had prescribed Trump with Propecia, an anti-baldness drug.

"He has all his hair", Bornstein said at the time, referring to the use of the hair growth medication. I could not consider anyone was making an enormous deal about it, a medicine {that a} to develop his hair which appeared to be so essential. Rather than asking for copies to be made of the Trump medical records, they insisted on taking the originals.

"But perhaps the saddest detail of this story is when Trump's thugs saw this photo of Bornstein and Trump in the waiting room and they asked him to take it off the wall", Colbert added.

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