Ronny Jackson Will Not Return As Trump's Personal Physician

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But Thursday on "Fox and Friends", Trump suggested no one is qualified for the job.

Rear Admiral Ronny Jackson continues to serve on President Donald Trump's staff after bowing out as the nominee to serve as Secretary of Veterans Affairs, the White House said Monday.

Jackson withdrew from consideration to be the next VA Secretary last week.

Parker went on to say he believes the Trump/Tester feud will lead to a big infusion of new out-of-state spending in Montana's Senate race, particularly on TV, both for and against Tester.

The memo further read, "This meeting summoned by Dr. Jackson appears to have been in retribution for me verbalizing concerns over the protection of the SLOTUS' medical information and his inappropriate involvement in the decision-making process of her care, which is consistent with previous behavior that I have received from him in the past".

All the memos related to the matter concerning Karen Pence and Dr. Ronny Jackson were given to Manu Raju and CNN on the condition that the name of the doctor for Vice President Pence not be divulged.

According to copies of internal documents obtained by CNN, Pence's doctor accused Jackson of overstepping his authority and inappropriately intervening in a medical situation involving the second lady as well as potentially violating federal privacy rights by briefing White House staff and disclosing details to other medical providers - but not appropriately consulting with the vice president's physician.

Boland acknowledged that Tester's airing of allegations against Jackson may have complicated his path to re-election in November.

The nature of Karen Pence's hospitalization was not specified. It adds to a series of significant allegations leveled by unidentified current and former colleagues, including that he casually dispensed prescription drugs. "The Secret Service is unable to confirm (in fact they deny) any of the phony Democrat charges which have absolutely devastated the wonderful Jackson family".

Ronny Jackson is not going back to being President Donald Trump's personal physician.

White House officials have released some documentation in a bid to disprove parts of the allegations.

Trump criticized Tester for smearing the physician. The President kept up the attack at a rally in Michigan Saturday night, saying, "I know things about Tester that I could say, too". That position has since been filled by another physician.

Trump casts late-surfacing allegations against Jackson as entirely partisan.

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That's according to what two senior administration officials told Politico. The unnamed doctor also complained of intimidation by Jackson in the fallout of those accusations. "And if I said them, he'd never be elected again".

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