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Bornstein, a Manhattan gastroenterologist who shared a medical practice with his father, writes he has been Trump’s doctor since 1980. His father, Jacob Bornstein, died in 2010 at the age of 93. But that didn’t stop Trump from Twitter-thanking Bornstein the elder for writing up his letter. “I am proud to share this health report, written by the highly respected Dr. Jacob Bornstein of Lenox Hill Hospital,” the mogul tweeted, linking to the letter. Trump later deleted the tweet, probably because Jacob Bornstein is dead. Harold Bornstein, however, is very much alive and says Donald Trump is the picture of health. In the letter, he describes his health over the past few decades using language that veers from standard to bizarre.
originally posted by: SentientCentenarian
Feel free to read the comments there, some of them are hilarious. Oh and by the way, there are actual physically healthy, sane, qualified third party candidates running for this office. If we ever had a chance to get rid of the utterly corrupt two party system, it's now.
originally posted by: MotherMayEye
a reply to: SentientCentenarian
Trump ran interference for Obama when he raised the issue of releasing his long form birth certificate.
He is running interference for Hillary by releasing a (more) ridiculous medical summary than her, too.
originally posted by: desert
a reply to: windword
It was said that Kellyanne Conway was going to be at Trump's side, follow him around from now till the end of the campaign. It could be Trump, and not Hillary Clinton, who needs someone at his side to manage his physical and mental health. She can't prescribe medication, but she could be following him to make sure he takes it or to watch for signs of a stroke or some other condition that would debilitate him.
"I think that somebody who is running for president of the United States, particularly if they're elderly — and that would include both major candidates — should disclose their medical history. And I'm not talking about from a year ago or two years ago. I'm talking about currently,"