Tester, senior veteran of the Senate Committee on Veteran Affairs, testified to allegations of allegations against Jackson, including the loose handling of prescription painkillers while intoxicated on a voyage overseas and creating a toxic work environment. Jackson withdrew his nomination on Thursday.
"Allegations made by Senator Jon Tester against Admiral / Doctor Ron Jackson turn out to be false", Trump wrote in a Tweets.
"The Secret Service is unable to confirm any of the fake Democrat allegations that have completely destroyed the wonderful Jackson family, the tester should resign … The great people of Montana will not consist." for this type of slander when talking about a great person. Admiral Jackson is the kind of man that would most respect and admire those in Montana, and now, for no reason, his reputation has been destroyed. Not fair, tester!
The White House revealed to reporters Documents that a White House official allegations alleviate Jackson's allegations that he had inappropriately dispensed pills and destroyed a government vehicle after leaving a secret service farewell party The Secret Service claimed to have found no information pointing out that he drunk on an overseas trip into a female employee's hotel room, as four sources familiar with the allegation communicated the incident to CNN.
The incident became so According to a source familiar with the allegation, CNN said that the Secret Service stopped him out of concern that he would then wake President Barack Obama.
Two sources that zuvo Having worked in the White House medical department described the same incident, a former employee told CNN that it was "definitely inappropriate, in the middle of the night" and that it made the woman uncomfortable.
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