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We informed Mr. Trump that after several rounds of confirmatory testing, he has dangerously thin skin and is at an increased risk for both basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma (skin cancer),” explained White House doctor Neil Stephens. “We have advised him to make sure he uses sunscreen whenever he is outside and to refrain from using tanning beds everyday as is his current practice.

According to GQ, Donald Trump’s formal medical evaluation was released December 14, 2015 and in 2003, he had a full-body melanoma removed and multiple skin grafts. (Source)