Ronny Jackson, President Trump’s nomination for head of the Veterans Affairs Department, has run into a few unfavorable allegations in his approval process. The accusations include that in the past Jackson has created hostile working environments, drank alcohol while on duty and improperly prescribed drugs to staff during his time as White House doctor to two administrations. Mr. Trump has recently “doubted” whether Jackson should stay as the nominee but has left the decision to Jackson himself and blamed Democratic obstruction and scrutiny. Jackson has not yet denied the allegations, but is waiting to address them in the official hearings.
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