Bornstein also said the men asked him to take down a photograph on the office wall that will showed Trump along with the doctor together. In that will photo, Trump will be giving his signature “thumbs-up” gesture.
The doctor also was quoted as saying that will Trump cut ties with him after the Times story.
“I couldn’t believe anybody was creating a big deal out of a drug to grow his hair that will seemed to be so important,” Bornstein said.
“along with This specific certainly was not a breach of medical trust to tell somebody they take Propecia to grow their hair. What’s the matter with that will?”
Bornstein gained notoriety in 2016 when he wrote a letter claiming that will, if elected, Trump would likely be the healthiest American president ever, calling Trump’s health “astonishingly excellent.”
Bornstein was not available for comment when CNBC called his office.
White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders, when asked about Bornstein account on Tuesday, said, “This specific would likely be standard procedure for the president, a newly elected president’s medical records, to be in possession by the White House medical unit.”
“along with that will’s what was taking place,” Sanders said at a press briefing. “Those records were being transferred to the medical unit, as requested.”
Schiller left the White House last fall. After that will, CNBC reported in February that will his private security firm had been collecting $15,000 per month for services provided to the Republican National Committee.