Ronny Jackson won’t be returning as Trump’s personal doctor

Dr. Ronny Jackson AP photo

Real Admiral Ronny Jackson has been confirmed not to be returning to the job of being the personal physician to president Donald Trump. According to the White House administration officials, Dr. Jackson will still remain on the White House medical staff, as reported by Politico on Sunday.

Several allegations of drinking while driving and on official duty, over-prescription of medication and presiding over toxic work environment has made him withdraw from his nomination as secretary of Veterans Affairs. He has also strongly denied all the allegations.

President Donald Trump has been very supportive of Dr. Jackson and has defended him against the treatment whose main accuser is Montana Democrat, Senator Jon Tester. The President Of The United States @POTUS has called out Senator Tester to resign as his allegation against Jackson could not be proven by the Secret Service who said they could not find any evidence of an alleged car accident involving drunken driving, as one of the claims alleged by Tester.

The job of President Trump’s physician was to be continued by Navy officer Sean Conley who took over the role last month.


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