‘Fraudulent’ letter from former Trump doctor renews skepticism of Ronny Jackson's claims: Obama's former doctor
Donald Trump eating McDonald's fast food aboard his private jet (screengrab from the president's Instagram account)

Barack Obama's former personal physician blasted Dr. Harold Bornstein for reportedly signing a "fraudulent" letter dictated by President Donald Trump.

“He dictated that whole letter," Dr. Bornstein admitted. "I didn’t write that letter."

Dr. David Scheiner, who treated Obama for two decades and is a leading member of Physicians for a National Health Program, explained the significance of his admission.

"What's your reaction, doctor, to hearing that the president dictated this letter to his doctor?" CNN anchor Erin Burnett asked. "And is there any issue you have ethically with this, that Trump dictated it and the doctor would sign it?"

"Yeah, if the doctor signed it and it's not his medical report, it's fraudulent," Dr. Scheiner explained.

"His physical strength and stamina are extraordinary," read the 2015 letter signed by Dr. Bornstein. "If elected, Mr. Trump, I can state unequivocally, will be the healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency."

The admission also brings into question the highly controversial physical by Dr. Ronny Jackson.

"I'm even wondering if Ronny Jackson's great report on his health was written by Trump too, because he said things which were patently wrong," Dr. Scheiner concluded.