White House physician Ronny L. Jackson called the allegations against him “completely false and fabricated.” Among the new claims is that Jackson had wrecked a government vehicle after getting drunk at a party, according to a memo released by Democrats.
President Trump, in an interview with Fox News, blamed Democrats for trying to derail the nomination. He added that he had another candidate to lead the VA in mind but would not provide a name.
The president has previously denied knowledge of a $130,000 payment to the adult film star that was arranged by his personal attorney Michael Cohen and is the subject of a federal investigation.
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“My heart is dark from the injustice,” Samira al-Nasr said at her home in Raqqa, Syria. “My pain is deep.” (Alice Martins for The Post)
“My heart is dark from the injustice,” Samira al-Nasr said at her home in Raqqa, Syria. “My pain is deep.” (Alice Martins for The Post)
Syria: Reflections from a Shattered Land
In conquered Raqqa, Samira al-Nasr was forced to deliver countless babies for Islamic State families, attending the most intimate moments of their secluded lives, which she described as alternately ordinary and grotesque.
Michelle McNamara, a true crime writer, knew exacting details about dozens of rapes and 12 murders that police believe the “Golden State Killer” committed. Her book brought national prominence to the case and may have played a role in the arrest of Joseph James DeAngelo, 72, a former police officer who has been charged with two counts of murder.
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