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Trump's doctor softens on Trump's health

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Rachel Maddow shares more extensive cuts from the NBC News interview with Donald Trump's physician, Dr. Harold Bornstein, who reveals that some of the language in the health assessment letter he wrote for Trump is not meant as literally as it sounds.