Why do you imply that you have an MD degree, when you don’t have one?
This info is posted on his wikipedia page
Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery, University of the West Indies, 1969.
M.B.,B.S (M.D.) .. Bachelor of Medicine & Surgery 1969
F.R.C.P.(C) .. Fellow of The Royal College of Physicians of Canada 1974
F.L.E.X .. Federated State Boards of Licensing Examiners 1975(U.S. National *Board equivalent for FMGs)
E.C.F.M.G. .. Educational Council for Foreign Medical Graduates 1970
L.M.C.C. .. Licentiate of the Medical Council of Canada 1975. (Canadian M.D. Equivalent for Foreign Medical graduates).
J.D. .. Juris Doctorate; Washburn University School of Law 1992
Michigan Medical License 1975 (Active)
Kansas Medical License 1976 (Valid/Inactive)
West Virginia Medical License 1977 (Expired)
Florida Medical License 1977 (Active)
Indiana Medical License 1994 (Active)
Montana Medical License 2001 (Active)
Admitted Colorado Bar 1993 (Active; #22439)
Why do you imply he doesn’t?
Don’t be so silly. ANY doctorate degree- i.e., literature, botany, zoology, philosophy, nursing, entitles you to be called “doctor.” Open your brain up and shake out the mothballs.