New Report Confirms Misconduct at VA

The report revealed 1,700 vets were on a secret waiting list, and many are now calling for Secretary Eric Shinseki's resignation.
2:00 | 05/29/14

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growing scandal at the V.A. A damning, new report confirms that nearly 2,000 veterans were, quote, lost, in the health care system, never put on a waiting list for care. And the outrage grew on capitol hill. Jon, the calls for V.A. Secretary Eric shinseki to resign have been climbing by the hour. Reporter: That's right, George. The drum beat is getting louder. There's 58 members of congress, many of them democrats, who have called on shinseki to go. All-told, 1,700 vets were found to be on secret waiting lists at the Phoenix V.A. And at risk of being lost or forgotten. According to the v.a.'s internal watchdog, the veterans were forced to wait an average of 115 days to get a first appointment. While the hospital kept secret lists to conceal how long it took to get care. And it gets worse. Investigators say the problem is systemic throughout the V.A. Now, some 42 V.A. Health centers around the country are under investigation. Do you solemnly swear -- Reporter: At a hearing last night, members of congress unloaded on senior V.A. Officials, demanding answers. The only thing that's clear right now is that there's 40 brave soldiers that served their country proudly that died while waiting on a list. What's unclear is how much further this goes. Reporter: The calls for secretary shinseki to resign are louder than ever. These are criminal problems. Reporter: Democrats are calling for shinseki's head, as well. President Obama promised accountability after meeting with shinseki last week. I have said to Eric, I want to see what the results of the reports are. And there is going to be accountability. Reporter: Shinseki has a deadline of tomorrow to give the president his own report on the v.a.'s problems and his plan to fix them. But white house officials say the president's patience is running out. There's a clear -- that shinseki is on thin ice. Jon, thanks very much. Now, back to Amy with the

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