President Trump’s former personal physician, Dr. Harold Bornstein, who attested Trump was the "healthiest president ever," died Thursday at 73.

Bornstein’s obituary did not say how he died.

The eccentric doctor, a gastroenterologist, famously declared in a letter that Trump "will be the healthiest individual elected to the presidency." Trump at the time was the oldest president to ever assume office.

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Bornstein had overseen Trump’s medical care for decades – he took over from his father Dr. Jacob Bornstein in 1980 and minded Trump's health until he assumed office in 2017.

Bornstein had hoped to be named White House physician and had voiced as much to a longtime Trump assistant, according to The New York Times. He was relieved of the president’s care after he revealed to The Times that Trump was taking medication to make his hair grow in February 2017.

Days later, Bornstein told NBC News that associates of the president "raided" his office for the president’s medical records. "I feel raped," Dr. Bornstein told NBC.

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