In a wide-ranging interview on Fox News earlier this week, Trump said he thought Tester would have a "big price to pay in Montana" over the accusations against Jackson. Without the histrionics or name-calling so frequently deployed in Washington now.
"Tester started throwing out things that he's heard, well I know things about Tester that I could say too", said Trump.
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. Following the release of Senator Jon Tester's blistering memo alleging all manner of bad behavior, Jackson's hopes of becoming the next chief of the Veterans Administration were dashed.More news: Trump to Meet Crew of Southwest Flight that Made Emergency Landing
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President Donald Trump has been relentlessly excoriating a Democrat senator who helped propagate the lies that ultimately led to Rear Adm. Ronny Jackson withdrawing his nomination to serve as the next secretary of Veterans Affairs.
Politico originally broke the story of Jackson's demotion but offered zero details as to how that decision was reached.More news: YEREVAN, Armenia | Armenian parliament votes against protest leader as new PM
It was unclear if Dr. Jackson, a Navy rear admiral, would remain in the White House in any capacity or if he would retire from the military. "And if I said 'em, he'd never be elected again". Johnny Isakson, R-Ga., chairman of the committee considering Jackson's nomination.
"Over the last 48 hours, media outlets have alleged that US Secret Service personnel were forced to intervene during a presidential foreign travel assignment in order to prevent disturbing (former) President Barack Obama". The physician said he briefed Ayers about the "breach of her patient information" under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).
Democrats said more than 20 people, whose names they withheld, said Jackson had prescribed himself medications, got drunk at a Secret Service party, wrecked a government vehicle and once could not be reached on a work trip to provide medical treatment because he was passed out drunk in a hotel room.More news: Sharks vs. Golden Knights live stream, Game 3
Vice President Mike Pence's physician privately raised alarms within the White House last fall that President Donald Trump's doctor may have violated federal privacy protections for a key patient - Pence's wife, Karen - and intimidated the vice president's doctor during angry confrontations over the episode.
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