Ex-Surgeon General Says Trump Ties Made Him Too Hot To Hire

  • Dr. Jerome Adams, who served as surgeon general during the Trump administration, said that his service under the controversial president tarnished his reputation and made it difficult for him to find work after leaving the White House.
  • Adams, the 48-year-old anesthesiologist who served as the Indiana Health Commissioner under then-Gov. Mike Pence, and his wife, Lacey, have named it the “Trump Effect.”
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