Trump's ex-doctor says he felt 'raped' after Trump aides 'raided' his office
President Trump's personal doctor said that White House aides showed up to "raid" his office last year, taking all of Trump's medical records in an incident that left him feeling "raped," NBC News reported Tuesday.
Dr. Harold Bornstein, who was Trump's New York doctor for three decades, said that Trump's personal bodyguard, a top Trump Organization lawyer, and a third man seized the president's medical records two days after Bornstein told The New York Times that Trump takes a hair growth medication.
Bornstein told NBC News that he felt "raped, frightened, and sad" after the February 2017 incident. He reportedly did not receive a release form signed by Trump authorizing Bornstein to disclose his medical information, which could be a violation of patient privacy laws.
Trump's bodyguard, Keith Schiller, was the director of Oval Office operations at the time of the visit to Bornstein's office. He and the other men reportedly asked Bornstein to take down a photo of Trump and the doctor that was hanging on the wall. Bornstein said that Trump "cut ties" with him after the Times reported Trump's prescription history. Read more at NBC News.