Former Surgeon General says working for Trump left him ‘stigmatized’

Former surgeon general for the Trump Administration Jerome Adams has revealed he has struggled to find a job in ‘left-leaning’ academia – and claimed the White House made him delete his wife’s post as she recovered from cancer.

Adams, 48, and his wife, Lacey, 46, told the Washington Post that, what they’ve described as the ‘Trump Effect,’ has followed them from DC to their home in suburban Indianapolis.

The pair said the effect followed Adams to job interviews, where he would receive ‘polite rejections’ from university officials worried that someone who worked for former U.S. President Donald Trump would be badly received.

Two years after Adams left office as the 20th surgeon general in the U.S. the couple have said they are feeling it even more acutely since Trump announced he will run for president again.

‘[Trump is] a force that really does take the air out of the room,’ said Adams.

‘The Trump hangover is still impacting me in significant ways [and the 2024 Trump campaign] will make…

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