On first glance, this story
is weirdly funny:
In February 2017, a top White House aide who was Trump's longtime personal bodyguard, along with the top lawyer at the Trump Organization and a third man, showed up at the office of Trump's New York doctor without notice and took all the president's medical records.
The incident, which Dr. Harold Bornstein described as a "raid," took place two days after Bornstein told a newspaper that he had prescribed a hair growth medicine for the president for years.
On second glance, this is serious business. What Keith Schiller did was clearly illegal; the state of New York should file charges. Generalissimo Trump obviously considers himself beyond the reach of the law. It may well be that the goon who worked with Schiller is the same guy who threatened Stormy Daniels.
Interestingly, Trump's charts were kept under a pseudonym. John Barron? David Dennison? How many names does this president have
Trump is hiding something about his health. Everyone knows it.
Dr. Bornstein has finally confirmed what we knew all along -- Trump dictated the letter testifying to Trump's marvelous health
"He dictated that whole letter. I didn't write that letter," Bornstein told CNN on Tuesday.
Can you imagine
the public's reaction if Hillary had done such a thing?
Looks to me as though Bornstein was a Trump loyalist willing to lie on behalf of the boss -- until the boss decided to crap all over his underling. Now, we start to learn the truth. There can be only one reason for a fake letter: Trump is hiding a disturbing truth.
Do tell us more, Dr. Bornstein.