Veterans groups urge Trump to keep VA Secretary David Shulkin despite travel errors


WASHINGTON — Two key veterans’ organizations are urging President Trump to keep Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin in place despite mistakes he made in misusing taxpayer dollars during a European trip last year

One of the oldest organizations representing veterans, AmVets, came out Sunday praising the work Shulkin has done.

“Please allow VA Secretary Shulkin the space necessary to do his job and continue your focus on fixing the VA,” Joe Chenelly, executive director of AmVets said in a statement directed at the president.  Veterans groups urge Trump to keep VA Secretary David Shulkin despite travel errors

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