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Did Trump Forge That Doctor's Letter?

More information has come out about that idiotic letter Trump's 'gastroenterologist' of 30+ years supposedly wrote 'in five minutes' while the limo waited outside. NBC aired an interview with the doctor who seems... not all that with it, frankly. He stated that he was in a rush and when he's in a rush, he gets anxious and just wrote what he did in a Trumpian voice. That a billionaire would trust his health to someone so borderline strains credulity, but then again, it's Trump. If you had your choice of any renowned internist in all of Manhattan, would this be your guy?

There are several problems with his story, not the least of which is that available photos of the good doctor make him look less than professional, but perhaps the most telling issue is the letterhead.

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It's all done in the exact same font as the body of the letter and one report was that it was all in MS Word. I've never seen a doctor's letterhead that exactly matched the body of the letter itself, have you? That's the whole point of letterhead, to give the accompanying text some authority and gravitas, and prevent forgeries.

I suppose the good doctor could have, in his haste, grabbed a blank piece of paper, put that whole 'letterhead' thing in there (for arguably the most important document of his career that was going to be seen by everyone) and then hurriedly write some Trumpian-esque medically illiterate hyperbole instead of something that sounds like a first year med school C student could have authored after 48 hours of no sleep with a modicum of effort.

But here's the rub:

The 'letterhead' includes a website address: www.haroldbornsteinmd.com which was not registered until months later, and then we can presume not by the good doctor himself but by someone in Bellevue, WA. The following is the "WHOIS" information on that website:

Contact Information
Registrant Contact
Name: Privacy Administrator
Organization: Anonymize, Inc.
Mailing Address: PO Box 742, Bellevue WA 98009 US
Phone: +1.4253668810
Ext:
Fax:
Fax Ext:
Email:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Admin Contact
Name: Privacy Administrator
Organization: Anonymize, Inc.
Mailing Address: PO Box 742, Bellevue WA 98009 US
Phone: +1.4253668810
Ext:
Fax:
Fax Ext:
Email:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Tech Contact
Name: Privacy Administrator
Organization: Anonymize, Inc.
Mailing Address: PO Box 742, Bellevue WA 98009 US
Phone: +1.4253668810
Ext:
Fax:
Fax Ext:
Email:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Registrar
WHOIS Server: whois.epik.com
URL: www.epik.com...
Registrar: EPIK, INC.
IANA ID: 617
Abuse Contact Email:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Abuse Contact Phone: +1.4252025160

Status
Domain Status:clientTransferProhibited icann.org...

Important Dates
Updated Date: 2016-08-24
Created Date: 2016-04-07
Registration Expiration Date: 2018-04-07

Name Servers
NS1.ABOVE.COM
NS2.ABOVE.COM

The only possible explanation for this lunacy is that Donald Trump wrote that letter himself, got his 'doctor' to state that HE wrote it after 8 whole months of hiding from the press and finally making a fool of himself on camera, and the Donald added that bit about the website because for some insane reason, he thought doctors would have websites... and an enterprising person noticed this much later and registered the name in order to try to profit from it, as reported by Huffington Post:

I sent an email on Saturday afternoon to the Gmail address listed in the letter’s header. Someone replied from the address a little after 1 a.m. on Sunday, saying he or she wanted money to talk. ‘325 per hour in advance,’ the person wrote.”

Also please note that initially, Donald twittered out that 'he was proud to share this report from JACOB Bornstein, M.D.' who unfortunately has been dead for quite a while. I guess all those years Donald was seeing Harold yearly, he just forgot which one he was, even with the 'best memory in the world'.

We've seen that Donald thinks nothing of calling up reporters and claiming to be someone other than himself, a PR person of varying names. He's submitted tax documents that his tax accountant claimed were signed 'with his signature, but I didn't prepare that tax return' -

DAVID CAY JOHNSTON: Well, Donald has done a very good job of trying to keep a number of things out of the public record and shut down investigations, but I found two tax appeals he filed from the year 1984, one with the City of New York and one with the state. And in one of these two cases, Donald filed something called a Schedule C. That’s what a freelancer files. He reported zero income and $626,000 of expenses, with no receipts and no documentation. That’s something that could be construed as tax fraud. During the hearing, which lasted two days, the CPA and lawyer who had done Trump’s tax returns for years was shown the tax return, and he said, "Well, that’s my signature, but I didn’t prepare that tax return."

Now, it was a photocopy. And, of course, you can put a name on a document with a photocopy machine. My first big national investigative reporting award was for just such a device used by a corrupt Michigan politician. And The Trump Organization didn’t respond to any of my questions—the Trump campaign—about this. Donald was hit in one case with a 35 percent penalty. And in the other case, the 25 percent penalty was not applied, only because nobody could find the original tax return, which I think suggests that a photocopy is what was mailed in in the first place.

What's it going to take for Trump supporters to see this guy as he really is? A con.

I'm beginning to suspect that the Donald is a drug addict (much has been written about the likelihood he's on amphetamines of some sort) and the doctor is his supplier. But that's another post.


SOURCE REFERENCE:
abovetopsecret.com
http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread1134809/pg1

 

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