A GOP senator suggests that embattled Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki should keep his job.
A trio of Republican senators have called for Shinseki's resignation amid reports that veterans were denied healthcare services. But Indiana Republican Sen. Dan CoatsDan CoatsFive things to watch in round two of Trump confirmation fights Gingrich: Trump should tell new spy chief to 'thoroughly overhaul' intelligence community Government to begin calling Indiana residents Hoosiers MORE cautioned that the VA chief oversees a dysfunctional organization: "Just by firing the coach doesn't solve the problem ... I want to take a much broader look than just simply satisfying people [to] say, 'Oh we fired the top guy and now everything is going to be fine.' "
Shinseki appeared before the Senate Veterans' Affairs Committee on Thursday morning.
Top-ranking Republican senators, including Minority Whip John Cornyn (Texas), National Senatorial Campaign Committee Chairman Jerry Moran (Kan.) and Veterans Affairs's Committee ranking member Sen. Richard Burr (R-N.C.), have called for Shinseki's resignation.