US Politics in Trump era Public date: 14.11.2019 12:15:01

6 Jul 2017

Indiana GOP’s Request For Obamacare ‘Horror Stories’ Flooded With ACA Praise

The Indiana Republican Party on Monday asked Facebook users to send in  their “horror stories” about Obamacare in a post that readers instead flooded with stories about the legislation’s positive effects.
The Indiana Republican Party on Monday asked Facebook users to send in  their “horror stories” about Obamacare...
2 Jul 2017

Tillerson Clashes With Second Top White House Aide On Immigration

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson clashed with senior White House aide Stephen Miller last week, according to a report  published Friday by Politico, in his second reported confrontation with a senior staffer in President Donald Trump’s administration. Politico reported Friday, citing four unnamed sources familiar with Tillerson’s and Miller’s exchange in the West Wing, that Miller wanted Tillerson to take a tougher tack to immigration and modify State Department-controlled programs.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson clashed with senior White House aide Stephen Miller last week, according to a...
29 May 2017

DHS Chief: ‘I Don’t See Any Big Issue’ If Kushner Tried To Set Up Backchannel

John Kelly, National Security advisor claims the only thing Jared Kushner is interested in is helping America. Simply click on the "Jared Kishner" tag in this article to follow all the reports on Kushner and his family to see if you agree!
John Kelly, National Security advisor claims the only thing Jared Kushner is interested in is helping America. Simply...
1 May 2017

Priebus: White House Has ‘Looked At’ Changing Law To Let Trump Sue Press

White House chief of staff Reince Priebus on Sunday said that President Donald Trump’s administration has “looked at” changing the law so that Trump can sue the press, though Priebus offered few details. ABC News’ Jon Karl questioned Priebus on “This Week” about Trump’s suggestion in March that he might “change libel laws” in order to go after the New York Times.
White House chief of staff Reince Priebus on Sunday said that President Donald Trump’s administration has “looked...
17 Apr 2017

McMaster: US Prefers Action ‘Short Of A Military Option’ In North Korea Response

National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster on Sunday said that President Donald Trump's administration would prefer "to take action short of armed conflict" in response to North Korea's military actions. McMaster said on ABC's "This Week" that the United States is considering "a range of options" but would prefer to "avoid the worst."
National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster on Sunday said that President Donald Trump's administration would prefer "to...

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