Dr. Ronny Jackson is a popular American doctor and the previous Unites States Navy back chief naval officer. He filled in as a doctor from 2013 to 2018 to the president in which he served Barack Obama just as Donald Trump. In 2018, he was assigned for the United States Secretary of Veterans Affairs and later because of discussions and contest he pulled out his name from the post
Dr. Ronny Jackson is on top of the feature after he talked about Trump’s COVID-19 manifestations and his will to be back in the political race. In a meeting, he guaranteed that president trump is asymptomatic to the sickness so hence he will be prepared for his next political race banter on October 15, 2020.
Dr. Ronny Jackson is hitched to his better half Jane Jackson in 1993 not long prior to joining the US Navy. Dr. Ronny Jackson was born on May 4, 1967, in Levelland, Texas, USA. Ronny’s age starting at 2020 is actually 53 years of age. Data with respect to his expert profession and his profile is included in the wiki.
|Name||Dr Ronny Jackson|
|Birthday||May 4, 1967|
|Parents||Waymon Jackson, Norma Jackson|
|Salary||12k Per Month|
|Education||University of Texas Medical Branch.|
Discussing his family he is the child of Waymon Jackson and mother Norma Jackson and he has two kin named Gary Jackson and Stacy Jackson. He finished his schooling as a specialist in 1995 from the University of Texas Medical Branch.
We’re out here FIGHTING FOR TRUMP and for our election integrity! American Patriots have your BACK Mr. President! We will FIGHT for YOU and we will fight for OUR country!! #KAG pic.twitter.com/LHkx2EpdEa
— Ronny Jackson (@RonnyJacksonTX) January 6, 2021
Dr. Ronny Jackson’s total assets starting at 2019 was $850,000 and his compensation is in excess of 12 thousand dollars for each month which makes it around 150k every year. Ronny Jackson is right now running for the US House agent for Texas thirteenth Congressional District on November 3, 2020.
Dr. Ronny Jackson has his own twitter account @RonnyJackson4TX where he has more than 94k devotees. He served the US Navy from 1995 until 2019 as he was the Rear Admiral and has been granted various identifications and grants.