One imagines that Donald Trump carries a stack of nondisclosure agreements around with him like business cards, ready to hand one out whenever needed. Trump Organization employees, campaign and White House staff, women with whom he’s been intimate — he’s tried to silence them all with NDAs. With some notable exceptions, this has generally worked out for him in the past. So given the way NDAs have helped him obscure his shady business practices, corrupt politicking, and sordid personal life, perhaps it makes sense that he’d try to use confidentiality agreements to conceal another sensitive matter: his health.
NBC News on Thursday reported that Trump demanded that the doctors who cared for him during his mysterious Walter Reed visit last November sign NDAs before treating him — an unusual requirement that underscores the president’s caginess about his unannounced 2019 hospital visit and his health more broadly. Sources familiar with the