By Metro News
WASHINGTON, D.C. - U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. is talking for the first time since going on medical leave for bipolar disorder.
He tells "The Daily" that he's "not well," and has to see doctors twice a day at a Washington hospital. The Chicago Democrat declined to discuss the FBI investigation into whether he used campaign cash to fix up his home.
His father, Rev. Jesse Jackson, said that his son is under medical supervision and trying to "clear his head."
Jesse Jackson Jr. hasn't been in Congress since June.