The white house doctor Ronny Jackson shocked the mainstream media, when he was President Trump a clean bill of health in January.
Anti-Trump, members of the mainstream media will do what it takes to be the President, even if it means bash that targeting a highly qualified doctor with misleading rhetoric.
Dr. Ronny Jackson was appointed by President Obama, served in Iraq, is a well-trained Marine, admiral, and even on the faculty at Harvard University-affiliated hospital. But the media apparently blasted his impending nomination to head Veterans Affairs, simply because he dared to give, and President of the Trump a clean bill of health.
The BBC tweeted that Trump took to replace his physician, Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin fired, the promotion of Donald Trump Jr. defends his father’s choice.
“You mean, ADMIRAL Ronny Jackson, BTW, even Obama’s doctor was? Just so we are clear, and clear with what your comfortable misleading headline says,” the President tweeted the eldest son.
The Hill’s healthcare columnist to Jackson’ s is replaced by the appointment of Transport Secretary Elaine Chao by a Uber driver. MSNBC’s Peter Alexander went out of his way to say that Jackson had “no real experience at the helm of a large problem-filled bureaucracy like the VA.”
Many of the headlines about Jackson’s nomination referred to him as a trump doctor, and completely ignored his qualifications. MSN wrote, “VA Secretary, to resign, to nominate trump personal doctor”, while Reuters wrote, “Shulkin and President Trump will nominate his personal doctor.” CNBC’s breaking news tweet said: “Trump will nominate to take over your personal doctor, Ronny Jackson.”
“It gave Collins a lot of names floated in the search for a replacement for David Shulkin,” CNN Kaitlan tweeted. “I’m not sure that someone predicted it, the President is a doctor.”
Jackson is the trump card physician is “,” in spite of what the liberal media have given the members. He is the White house physician, responsible for the monitoring of the care of the President – all presidents, and Obama appointed him to the role in 2013.
CNN chief White House correspondent Jim Acosta tried to tweet mocking Jackson, a quote that the White house-doctor in the joke says.
“Flashback — Dr. Ronny Jackson on Trump: “I said to the President, to unfold, if he had a healthier diet in the last 20 years, he could live, was around 200 years old,” Acosta as the news of Jackson’s new gig.
Already in January, it was the media, which is apparently in poor condition, according to Jackson, the commander-in-chief a clean bill of health. The unbelievers, the media mocked, the official report of the mocking of the doctor’s findings with his own diagnoses and, ultimately, the questioning of the credentials of Jackson, a U.S. Navy rear Admiral.
Jackson explains that Trump was in “excellent health”, with the exception of a little bit overweight, need more exercise, and taking medication for high cholesterol – things that the President has, along with millions of Americans.
CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Sanjay Gupta was laughed at in social media for the Declaration of the President, Trump has heart disease, despite Jackson saying something else.
Reporters spent months, the diagnosis of the President as mentally unfit for office, is unstable, and there was even speculation that Trump had early-onset Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. So many liberal experts appeared disappointed when Jackson was declared Trump healthy.
The Federalist appeared even a report subtitled, “10 of the dumbest questions, the Reporter asked, while trump the health of the press conference,” that the details of the embarrassing line of questions, which makes it difficult for traditional journalists to defend their anti-Trump peers.
Considering the plethora of CNN employees to ridicule Jackson for his nomination with misleading comments, it should come as no surprise to claim that the network is citing anonymous White house officials, Jackson’s performance during the January press conference helped him land the nomination.
Fox News Geraldo Rivera probably summed it up best, tweeting, “This is so typical of the media to denigrate the unsavory passion.”
Brian flood covers the media for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @Brian flood.