Former White House Doctor Ronny Jackson Wins Primary Runoff

Former White House Doctor Ronny Jackson Wins Primary Runoff

On Tuesday, former White House physician Dr. Ronny Jackson won the House GOP primary runoff for Texas’ 13th Congressional District. The current occupant of the seat, Republican Rep. Mac Thornberry, is retiring after 25 years.

Once President Trump’s nominee to lead the Department of Veterans Affairs, Jackson was strongly backed by the President in the race. After the race was called, Jackson took to Twitter to say that he and his wife Jane “just got off the phone with @realDonaldTrump! It’s official! I am honored to be the Republican nominee for #TX13! I promise I will make you proud!”


Trump then congratulated Jackson, tweeting that “Ronny will be a fantastic Congressman – Will represent the wonderful people of the Great State of Texas, and the USA, very well. Proud of you Ronny!!!”

Jackson is expected to win easily in the deep red district.

Back in March, Dr. Jackson was a guest on the Dan Bongino Show interview series, which can be viewed below:

We should wish Dr. Jackson the best of luck in November.

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