Shinseki Meets With Veteran Groups, Shows No Sign of Resigning

ABC News’ Jon Karl speaks with Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA) chief of staff.
0:54 | 05/29/14

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Did he sound to you like somebody who's about to resign. He did not know he sounded to me like someone who is still concentrated on solving the problem. And had no expect did not release evidence to me any expectation that he would not be in that position. Parker I think that the secretary you -- -- anything political animal and he's a behind the scenes kind of guy he has. The support of a lot of members of congress we've seen -- it's taken weeks. After these allegations that come to light an additional reports -- come forward. For any calls for his resignation even happen. As I think he does enjoy some support. -- of the day he's used to being shot at blown up so this probably doesn't distract him that much. He's got a few members of congress all of a good step down -- necessarily. Make me wanna get out of that I needed get a David Mann has served almost five decades for this country lost half a foot Vietnam. The clamor of the congress I don't think -- -- very much.

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