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Ronny Jackson won't return as Trump's doctor

02 May 2018, 01:31 | Floyd Cook

Ronny Jackson won't return to old job as Trump's physician

Rear Adm. Ronny Jackson the White House physician

The VP's physician said Jackson told him "it is not always possible to adhere to HIPAA at the White House", and argued that "he must be involved" in any medical issues that arise at Camp David. Without the histrionics or name-calling so frequently deployed in Washington now.

The president also wrote that "Tester's statements on Admiral Jackson" were as baseless as special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation in the 2016 election - a probe he derided as "A TOTAL WITCH HUNT!" earlier this month.

He has a proven track record of working for our veterans and rising above political games to push through gridlock and deliver for the VA.

A ad produced in the wake of the failed nomination features a veteran afflicted with post-traumatic stress disorder thanking the Montana Senator for his commitment. A White House official Ayers informed Kelly and White House deputy chief of staff Joe Hagin, and they said the doctor should report it through the usual medical and military chain of command.

At the same time, White House Budget Director Mick Mulvaney has been inquiring into the purchase of a $43,000 soundproof phone booth in Mr. Pruitt's office, as well as a sweetheart $50-a-night rental of a Capitol Hill condominium from a lobbyist and her spouse with business before the EPA.

Current and former officials from the Bush administration and Trump administration have defended Jackson, calling the attacks against his character "flat out wrong and unbelievable", Carter reported. Reports suggested that, at least for the moment, Jackson will remain at the White House. Democrats also say he "wrecked" a vehicle after drinking at a Secret Service going-away party.

President Donald Trump's former nominee for Veterans Affairs (VA) secretary Rear Adm. Ronny Jackson will reportedly not return to his role as White House physician following several allegations of improper behavior.

Jackson's new role was first reported by Politico. "Well I know things about Tester that I could say, too", Trump threatened.

Tester, speaking on MSNBC, acknowledged that not all the allegations had been verified, but said they should be investigated.

Republicans were already voicing concerns about Jackson's level of experience leading up to the canceled Veterans Affairs committee hearing last week. "I don't want to send him through a process like that", he said, referring to the customary vetting by Congress.

Additional reporting from Newsy affiliate CNN.

The Democratic staff on the Senate committee also claimed Jackson had doled out such a large supply of a prescription opioid that staffers panicked because they thought the drugs were missing.

The memos go on to allege that Jackson briefed "multiple parties" on the White House staff "without specific consultation from the physician to the vice president", which may have disclosed Pence's private medical information.

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