The surgeon who performed a plastic surgery operation on President Trump is now a lobbyist.
The surgery, performed in July 2016, was done on the eve of the president’s inauguration and took place under the watchful eye of the White House Office of Management and Budget.
The procedure was widely covered in the media, and the surgeon, who has been lobbying for more cosmetic surgery procedures, is not only a lobbyist, but a well-known figure within the industry.
But as the Trump administration continues to push for new cosmetic surgery standards, the surgeon is stepping away from the board of the American Academy of Plastic Surgeons.
“The surgeon who had this operation is not affiliated with the board,” said Dr. Scott D. Taylor, the association’s president.
“It is the board that makes the recommendations on cosmetic surgery.”
Taylor told The Associated Press that the board had not been notified of the surgery.
He said that the surgeon has no conflict of interest because he is not a board member and he is solely responsible for the surgery, which he performed with a surgeon from the American Association of Plastic Surgery.
The White House has said it wants more surgeons to perform cosmetic surgery, including ones from private practice and that the administration will push to create a uniform set of guidelines for cosmetic surgery that will cover more procedures.
But Taylor said the surgeon’s surgery was not the only cosmetic surgery done on Trump during his presidency.
“I don’t think he had an operation done on him,” Taylor said.
“He had many surgeries done on his body that I would have liked to see.”
The surgeon said that he has not changed his opinion on cosmetic procedures.
He has since changed his mind about cosmetic surgery.
“When you have a surgeon that has the same surgeon, he’s going to make the same decisions,” Taylor told The AP.
“If you want to be a surgeon, you have to have the same type of surgeon.”
The surgery was performed by Dr. William J. Gaskins, a surgeon who previously worked as an orthopedic surgeon and has a long history of working with Trump.
The surgeon’s practice, in New York City, has been cited by the surgeon as a top source of information for the White Trump Organization.
“We’ve had him come in and do many surgeries on his face,” Gaskin told the AP.
The surgeon is now working to become a lobbyist for the American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons and said he hopes to work with the organization in the future.
“He is very interested in the way that surgery is being performed in this country, and that’s something I’m very proud of,” Taylor added.
The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery said in a statement to The Associated House Press that it had no comment about the surgeon.
The organization has no position on whether surgery is ethical or not, but said that it is committed to “providing the highest standards of care” for its members.
The society’s president, Dr. Mark R. Rastetter, told the Associated Press earlier this year that he did not want to comment on the surgeon or his practice.
Taylor said that his surgery was only one of many that he performed on Trump.
He described several procedures performed by him and other surgeons on Trump’s face.
“It’s not just one surgery that I did on his nose, but I did many of the operations on his ears, his face, his neck, his arms, his legs,” he said.
“And I did a lot of them on his mouth.”
Taylor said he had performed on other presidents and heads of state, but Trump is the first to go.
He noted that Trump has been a vocal supporter of cosmetic surgery in general and that he does not consider himself to be an exception.
“What I’m doing is not unusual for any president, but for the first time, it’s a very large group,” he told the Journal News.
“This is a new president.
He’s a new leader.
He just doesn’t have the history of other presidents to support this.”
The Associated Press reported in August that Trump’s former surgeon, Dr, Joseph F. Lasater, was removed from his board in June for allegedly trying to promote cosmetic surgery practices.
Lasato resigned from the association and was replaced by Dr., Dr. Michael J. Weiss.
Weiss was not immediately available for comment on Tuesday.
The Associated House press corps, which includes AP reporters, reported last week that Lasater was fired for pushing for a policy that would require that the majority of procedures done on people with facial and body implants be done under the supervision of a surgeon with at least one year of experience in the field.
Weiss is not licensed in the U.S. to perform such surgeries.
Taylor, who had worked at the American Council on Science and Health for nearly a decade, said that Trump and his family have benefited from the surgeries performed on them.
“There’s no doubt about it, this is all a reflection of the prestige