Harold Bornstein

Harold Nelson Bornstein (born March 26, 1947) is an American gastroenterologist.wikipedia
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He is best known as Donald Trump's personal physician.
In December 2015, Harold Bornstein, who had been Trump's personal physician since 1980, wrote in a letter that he would "be the healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency".

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Two days earlier, Bornstein had told a reporter that Trump took a prescription hair growth medicine, Propecia, after which Trump cut ties with him.
Harold Bornstein, the former personal physician of United States President Donald Trump, stated in 2017 that Trump was taking finasteride to promote hair growth.

Gastroenterology

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Harold Nelson Bornstein (born March 26, 1947) is an American gastroenterologist.

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Bornstein received his M.D. degree from Tufts University in 1975 and has been licensed to practice medicine in New York State since 1976.

Malpractice

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Between 1992 and 2016, he has been involved in three malpractice lawsuits of which two found no liability and the third was settled.

The New York Times

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Speaking to The New York Times in February 2017, Bornstein revealed that he was invited to and attended President Trump's inauguration with his wife Melissa.

Stat (website)

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According to Stat, Bornstein had hoped to be the physician to the President, but the White House decided that Ronny Jackson would continue in that role.

Physician to the President

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According to Stat, Bornstein had hoped to be the physician to the President, but the White House decided that Ronny Jackson would continue in that role.

Ronny Jackson

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According to Stat, Bornstein had hoped to be the physician to the President, but the White House decided that Ronny Jackson would continue in that role.

NBC News

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On May 1, 2018, Bornstein told NBC News that three Trump representatives had "raided" his office on February 3, 2017, taking all of Trump's medical records.

Keith Schiller

He identified two of the men as Trump's longtime bodyguard Keith Schiller and the Trump Organization's chief legal officer Alan Garten.