The White House refuted reports Monday that Navy Rear Adm. Ronny L. Jackson, who withdrew his name to lead the Department of Veterans Affairs last week, will not return to his job as President Donald Trump’s personal physician.
The White House on Friday defended physician Ronny Jackson from attacks coming from the left, releasing records that dispute allegations of wrongdoing against him.
White House physician Dr. Ronny Jackson released a statement on Thursday to announce he is withdrawing his nomination to lead the Department of Veteran Affairs.
President Donald Trump announced on Twitter Thursday that he is nominating Admiral Ronny L. Jackson as his new secretary of Veterans Affairs, thus ousting David Shulkin from the position.
Disabled veterans had to wait more than two months for the government to fix their wheelchairs, leading to some veterans confined to beds because of mismanagement at the Department of Veterans Affairs, according to a new audit.
Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin announced plans Wednesday to replace senior leadership at hospitals across the country after an investigation exposed severe instances of mismanagement at the VA’s flagship medical center.
Retired U.S. Marine Corps Cpl. Rick Disney had served in the military about a year when he fell from a repel tower and broke his heel in Norfolk, Va., during a 1999 training exercise.