BOOTED OUT

Report: Ronny Jackson Will No Longer Be Trump’s Personal Doctor

Ronny Jackson is reportedly not returning to his post as President Trump’s personal doctor at the White House after a series of allegations led him to withdraw his nomination to lead the Department of Veterans Affairs last week, Politico reports. Navy Officer Sean Conley, who took over Jackson’s role last month, will reportedly continue in that role as Jackson returned to the White House Medical Unit after his withdrawal. The allegations that led to Jackson’s withdrawal include over-prescribing pills, drinking while on duty, and wrecking a government vehicle at a party for a Secret Service agent. President Trump has since defended Jackson, and has called for Sen. Jon Tester (D-MT)—who released documents with allegations against Jackson—to resign.