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Ex-White House doctor bullied colleagues and drank on the job, report finds

The Republican congressman Ronny Jackson created a hostile work environment, engaged in problematic drinking and improperly distributed prescription medications during his time serving as a White House physician, a scathing Pentagon report has found.

The unpublished report compiled by the defense, and includes testimony from 60 witnesses about Jackson’s behavior at work. Only 13 made positive observations, and 38 spoke about “unprofessional behavior, intimidation and poor treatment of subordinates”.

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