Unfair! Kellyanne Conway Busts Media So Hard for Reporting on What Trump Does - Independent Journal Review

Presidential adviser Kellyanne Conway is very upset with the media. Nothing new about that, it is basically her job description. Still, it is fun to watch her flounder around in this interview with George Stephanopoulos on “Good Morning America” Friday ...

Kellyanne Conway: Media hurts women by reporting Trump's sexist tweets instead of promoting tax reform - Raw Story

She began by stating that the president has the right to respond to media attacks against him, and claimed that he was the victim of a constant barrage of criticism. “The toxicity both ways… uh, coming to the president is terrible,” Conway said, as ...

PolitiFact: When are health-care 'cuts' really cuts? - ClickLancashire

White House counselor Kellyanne Conway Monday defended comments she made on a weekend show about the future of Medicaid under the Senate's healthcare reform bill, denying claims that she lied when she said people now receiving benefits would ...

Trump won't leave health care reform to Senate, Kellyanne Conway says - Fox Business

Kellyanne Conway, counselor to President Trump, on the GOP health care bill and whether the Senate will pass Trump's immigration policies. Kellyanne Conway, counselor to President Donald Trump, explained why she is “optimistic” that a health care bill ...

Samantha Bee Previews the American Dystopia to Come if Trump Succeeds in Gutting Medicaid - AlterNet

After finally unveiling the Better Care Reconciliation Act, legislation he had hidden from Democrats and the public for several weeks, the Senate Majority Leader announced Tuesday that he would be delaying the vote on a Republican health care bill that ...

Is Medicaid Being Cut? Depends Who's Counting - Newser

(Newser) – The weird new fight regarding the Senate GOP's health care plan is one of semantics. Democrats insist that Republicans are slashing Medicaid, while Republicans say that Medicaid is actually increasing. Witness President Trump's tweet on ...

Alternative Fact of the Week: No cuts to Medicaid - Baltimore Sun

We are delighted to welcome to our Alternative Fact of the Week feature its godmother, President Donald Trump's senior adviser Kellyanne Conway, who coined the term in the very first week of his administration. What's so special about her appearance is ...

Rich Lowry: Barbarism isn't what it used to be - Daily Herald

The Brezhnev Doctrine said the Soviet empire could only expand and never give back its gains. A domestic version of the doctrine has long applied to the welfare state — and never so brazenly as in the debate over the Republican health-care bill. Its ...

PolitiFact: Despite Conway's claim about Medicaid, a cut is a cut - Concord Monitor

Kellyanne Conway, senior White House adviser, speaks during a listening session conducted by Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price in the Roosevelt Room of the White House on June 21. AP. Previous; Next. Previous; Next. By JON ...

Beware heathcare 'spin,' Kellyanne Conway says in Miami, doing her own spinning - Miami Herald

On the same day that Senate Republicans were forced to delay a vote on their healthcare legislation because not enough of them wanted to vote for it, White House senior counselor Kellyanne Conway defended the bill in Miami. “I know that people like to ...

Kellyanne Conway: Those on Medicaid who will lose health insurance can always get jobs - Yahoo News Canada (blog)

White House counselor Kellyanne Conway says people on Medicaid who will lose coverage under the Republican plan to repeal Obamacare could find jobs that provide health insurance. When the Affordable Care Act expanded Medicaid coverage, Conway ...

Opinion: Editorial: Killing the Poor to Pay Millionaires - Virginia Connection Newspapers

Even employer provided insurance would suffer; coverage caps and exclusions of pre-existing conditions could return. By Mary Kimm · Tuesday, June 27, 2017 · Sign in to favorite this; Discuss Comment, Blog about; Share this Email, Facebook, Twitter.

PolitiFact takes on big health care question: Does GOP bill cut Medicaid? - Tampabay.com (blog)

Politics and math don't always get along, and counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway raised a common complaint about how people talk about the future of Medicaid spending under the Senate Republican health care bill.

Enrollees Who Work Still Need Medicaid, Kaiser Survey Shows - Boise State Public Radio

Over the weekend, White House adviser Kellyanne Conway defended cuts to Medicaid that are outlined in the Senate Republican health care bill. She was on ABC's "This Week," and she said that Medicaid enrollees who are, quote, "able bodied" should be ...

Not All Full-Time Jobs Provide Health Insurance Benefits, Kellyanne - HuffPost

The White House staffer's comments about Medicaid convey her ignorance about the program and the plight of working Americans. 06/27/2017 05:42 am ET | Updated 12 hours ago. BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI via Getty Images ...

With Billions In Proposed Cuts, Medicaid Waivers May Be At Risk - Disability Scoop

Advocates say more people with disabilities may be forced into nursing homes and other institutional settings if a U.S. Senate bill calling for deep cuts to Medicaid is adopted. (Thinkstock). Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest Email. The ...

Kellyanne Conway Is Back On The Sunday Shows, But Nothing's Changed - HuffPost

Kellyanne Conway, coiner of “alternative facts” and counselor to President Donald Trump, made her first appearance on a Sunday news talk show this week after a five-month hiatus, but not much had changed. On ABC's “This Week,” Conway faced host ...

'Kellyanne Conway is not the GOP': Republican Senator blisters top Trump adviser over false healthcare claim - Raw Story

In a segment with CNN host Jim Scuitto, Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-LA) scoffed at the concept that President Donald Trump's spokeswoman Kellyanne Conway speaks for the GOP. “Over the weekend, Kellyanne Conway, spokesperson and surrogate for the White ...

Conway: Those Who Lose Health Coverage Should Find Jobs - Opposing Views

White House counsel Kellyanne Conway has asserted that Americans who would lose health care coverage under Senate Republicans' health care bill should consider landing a job that includes a health benefits package. Conway made the suggestion ...

GOP Senator to CNN Anchor: 'Kellyanne Conway Is Not the GOP' - Independent Journal Review

Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-La.) distanced himself from one of the president's top advisers, Kellyanne Conway, on Monday. On “The Lead,” CNN's Chief National Security Correspondent Jim Sciutto asked Cassidy whether the Republican Party was “misleading ...