President Trump’s former personal doctor, Harold Bornstein, who once declared Trump “the healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency,” has died at 73.
Bornstein died Jan. 8, and a paid death notice was included in the New York Times on Thursday. Bornstein served as the president’s physician from 1980 until after Trump reached the White House in 2016.
Bornstein, who sported a distinctive look featuring shoulder-length hair, briefly entered the limelight after Trump began questioning his former political opponent Hillary Clinton’s stamina and fitness for office. As those questions were returned to him, Trump released a glowing 2015 medical report signed by Bornstein, leading the media to pay attention to the longtime doctor.