NewsPublic Affairs / November 22, 2016

Trump Meets With Indiana Health Commissioner

The meeting drives speculation that Trump could appoint Adams to an open seat in his administration.Jerome Adams, Donald Trump, state health commissioner2016-11-22T00:00:00-05:00
Trump Meets With Indiana Health Commissioner

In a tweet Adams wrote that the two discussed healthcare, community health, and the cost-saving element of prevention efforts.

AP Photo/Darron Cummings

President-elect Donald Trump met with Indiana State Health Commissioner Dr. Jerome Adams Monday, driving speculation that Trump could appoint Adams to an open seat in his administration.

On Twitter Adams wrote that the two discussed healthcare, community health, and the cost-saving benefit of prevention efforts.

Adams tweeted once more about the meeting, saying this:

A spokesperson Tuesday said Adams was unavailable for comment.

 

 

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