WASHINGTON (AP) — Hagel: North Korea rhetoric presents real, clear danger, threat to US, allies.
Is: Penning Donald Trump’s enthusiastic clean bill of health in five minutes may have been one of Dr. Harold Bornstein’s least consequential mistakes. In 2002, he paid $86,250 to the husband of former patient to settle a lawsuit alleging that Bornstein over-medicated his wife with powerful, unneeded prescriptions, which contributed to her addiction—and ultimately her death. This 2002 lawsuit is one of three malpractice claims brought against Trump’s long-time gastroenterologist since 1992, two of which allege the doctor improperly administered powerful drugs which led to the death of patients. Both of those cases were settled before jury trials, with no finding of liability against Dr. Bornstein. Gives you an idea of the kind of doctor now treating Trump. It looks like Trump may be on Meth or pain pills as his sleeping habits and his temper tantrums and his rage are symptomatic of those drugs.