Trump Doc Says Trump’s Longtime Bodyguard ‘Raided’ His Office

President Donald Trump’s New York doctor, Harold Bornstein, claims his office was raided by White House aide Keith Schiller, Trump Organization lawyer Alan Garten, and a third man in February 2017, according to NBC News. Two days after a New York Times story was published attributing the claim that Trump takes a “hair-growth drug” to Dr. Bornstein, the men entered his office unannounced and “took all the president's medical records,” the doctor said. Bornstein said he felt “raped, frightened, and sad” when the men came into the office. They also asked him to take down a photo of Bornstein and Trump that was hanging on the wall, he said. Bornstein said he was not given a form signed by Trump authorizing the release of his medical records. Trump quickly cut ties with him after the New York Times story ran, he said. “I couldn't believe anybody was making a big deal out of a drug to grow his hair that seemed to be so important,” he said. “And it certainly was not a breach of medical trust to tell somebody they take Propecia to grow their hair. What's the matter with that?”