Jindal in New Orleans Bobby Jindal at New Orleans school

Outgoing Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal visited St. Benedict the Moor school in New Orleans on Tuesday, December 15, 2015. (Photo by Chris Granger, Nola.com | The Times-Picayune)

Former President Donald Trump may have been “unstable” and “a narcissist” to former Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal back in September 2015 – at least that’s what he said in a speech in Washington, D.C.

But these days Jindal is joining what he once called the Trump “carnival act”

The Washington Examiner newspaper reported Tuesday that Jindal was named to lead the healthcare arm of the Trump-associated America First Policy Institute. Jindal will head the think tank’s Center for a Healthy America.

Jindal came to forefront politically when then Gov. Mike Foster named the 24-year-old to run what is now called the Louisiana Department of Health – the state’s largest agency.

“To put it frankly — the healthcare system in our country doesn’t work and exposes chronic policy failure not seen in many other areas of governance. We must adopt solutions that result in better care, more choice, and lower costs for Americans,” Jindal said in a statement.