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Problems for Trump to appointment as minister of veterans affairs

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The American president Donald Trump will get in the occupation of the vacant post of the minister of veterans affairs opposition from the Congress.

A Senate committee proposed Tuesday a hearing of candidate Ronny Jackson. The reason is apparently a reasonable doubt about the qualifications of Jackson, which currently Trumps a physician.

Committee chairmen Johnny Isakson and Jon Tester stated that there are ‘serious allegations’ against Jackson lying on the table, which at first must be investigated. Therefore, the scheduled hearing on Wednesday shifted. Both senators gave no further details.

The Washington Post wrote that there were concerns about Jackson’s leadership of the medical staff in the White House. CBS News reported that employees of the Senate allegations about a difficult work environment for you to check. This includes excessive alcohol consumption during work and wrong prescriptions of medicines.

Trump had Jackson at the end of march surprising for the post of minister of veterans affairs will move forward, after the current ambtshouder David Shulkin had dismissed. Jackson was in 2013 under Trumps predecessor, Barack Obama’s personal physician of the president. In January he was briefly in the spotlight, after he Trump had examined and then on a well-attended press conference had said that the president is in excellent health wrong.

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