A month ago, Jackson temporarily left the post of personal physician of the President, as Donald trump has promoted him to the post of Minister of veterans Affairs.
A White House official said that Ayers informed Kelly and White House deputy chief of staff Joe Hagin about the situation and they said Pence's doctor should report the matter through the appropriate medical and military chains of command. Despite the fact that Jackson is responsible for the president, he apparently intervened in the situation with Mrs. Pence, leading to "an inadvertent disclosure of SLOTUS's medical information in a situation where ultimate discretion was of utmost importance".
Trump, as he is wont to do when he has blundered, lashed out after the Jackson nomination imploded.
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Some of these allegations were publicly brought to the forefront by Senator Jon Tester (D) of Montana who said over 20 people came forward with concerns serious enough to stop the pending hearing and investigate.
No one expected Dr. Jackson's confirmation to not go through, but if he wasn't, it was expected he would return to his head-leadership role in the White House medical unit and as the president's personal physician.
The Jackson episode dovetailed with Tester's prior campaign theme of fighting for veterans and an effective VA department, but clashed with his parallel message of working with Trump to get bills signed into law. Inside the White House, however, aides are reportedly taking a slightly different view, telling the Daily Beast that rather than blame Tester, Trump should blame himself. Tester spokeswoman Marnee Banks said the office would not comment until it knew more about the White House records.
The Pentagon's investigative arm has started to examine the matter involving Ronny L. Jackson, the Navy rear admiral whose nomination to lead the Department of Veterans Affairs collapsed last week amid allegations he mistreated White House medical staffers and improperly dispensed medications, among other accusations.
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Jackson has been a White House physician since 2006.
Jackson has denied the allegations against him, which have proved hard to verify or disprove. And the Secret Service, totally just coming in.
Tester told CNN's Anderson Cooper that the committee heard from almost two dozen witnesses who, among other things, claimed Jackson was nicknamed "the candy man" for his habit of handing out prescription drugs to staffers who needed to sleep or stay awake that he drank, at times excessively, on some official overseas trips and that he fostered a hostile work environment. Instead, she went directly to the Senate with the support of some current and former White House medical staff who were her loyalists. "He served three presidents", Trump said Saturday night in MI, decrying "vicious rumors" about his physician.
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