Newsweek Reports That President Trump Has Erectile Dysfunction, Here’s How They Know
Once reputable news outlet Newsweek just wrote an article claiming that the President has ‘erectile dysfunction.’ There way of coming to this conclusion is a little sick.
“President Trump’s heavily scrutinized recent health exam revealed that he’s continued to take the hair-loss drug finasteride, even after a succession of new studies showed that it is linked to side effects including chronic erectile dysfunction and depression,” they wrote. They called the doctors results ‘heavily scrutinized’ but it isn’t. The only people who have a problem with it are people in the media being paid to hate Trump.
“In February 2017, Trump’s then-physician, Dr. Harold Bornstein, revealed that the president was taking a “small dose” of finasteride. “He has all his hair,” Bornstein told The New York Times,” writes Newsweek.
“In March 2017, researchers at Northwestern University published a paper in the scientific journal PeerJ showing that finasteride was linked to persistent erectile dysfunction. They found for the first time that not only could finasteride continue to cause “debilitating sexual dysfunction” even after users discontinued the drug, but that the condition was unaffected by subsequent medical interventions like Viagra, according to a Northwestern press release,” they write.
This is clearly a sad and pathetic way for this outlet to try and humiliate the President. It isn’t working. “In May 2017, a paper published in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine focusing on men aged 66 or older found that finasteride “significantly increased” risk of self-harm and depression. Trump is currently 71,” writes Newsweek.