I've done well: Trump - The Herald

WASHINGTON, DC. – On his 100th day in office, President Trump sat down with CBS' “Face the Nation” for a wide-ranging interview that aired yesterday. And Trump was asked by host John Dickerson to reflect on what he wished he had known about the job ...

Trump Doesn't Care About Your Hurt Knee: Worry About North Korea Instead! - Sputnik International

In a portion of his television interview that aired on Sunday focusing on the state of health care in the United States, US President Donald Trump suggested that Americans should let the government worry about alleged threats from rogue states like ...

An interview suggests Trump doesn't know what's in his health bill - Vox

Either the president doesn't understand the proposal — or isn't telling the truth about it. Updated by Sarah Kliffsarah@vox.com Apr 30, 2017, 5:30pm EDT. tweet · share. Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images. President Trump gave a lengthy interview Sunday ...

The Latest: Trump holds hope for progress on health care - Miami Herald

The Latest on President Donald Trump (all times local):. 4:15 p.m.. President Donald Trump approaches the week with the threat of a government shutdown still looming as he holds hope for progress on health care. Trump spent his first 100 days without ...

Trump: Pre-existing conditions will be covered in new health plan - Newsday

President Donald Trump speaks to CBS News' chief Washington correspondent and host of "Face the Nation," John Dickerson, on April 29, 2017. Photo Credit: CBS News / Face the Nation. advertisement | advertise on newsday ...

Questions on Trump's policy knowledge remain after 100 day marker - CBS News

WASHINGTON -- Following an interview with President Donald Trump on CBS News' "Face the Nation," questions regarding Mr. Trump's understanding of key policy issues remain -- even after his 100th day in office. "CBS This Morning" co-anchor Norah ...

Trump Still Thinks Obamacare Repeal Will Cover People 'Beautifully' - Huffington Post

The bill hasn't changed much, and neither have the lies Republicans tell about it. By Jonathan Cohn. The 101st day of Donald Trump's presidency sounded an awful lot like the first, with Trump talking utter nonsense about health care. In a series of ...

Trump says health care bill will cover pre-existing conditions "beautifully" - Axios

President Trump set a high bar for the Republican health care bill this morning, claiming on Face the Nation that the bill has "evolved" and will cover pre-existing conditions "beautifully" even as it gives more leeway to the states. Reality check ...

Here are 3 key takeaways from Donald Trump's 'Face the Nation' interview - Mic

On Sunday, President Donald Trump sat down with Face the Nation host John Dickerson for a wide-ranging interview about the first 100 days of his presidency, North Korean missile tests, his health care agenda, and the various scandals and alleged ...

Fact-checking Donald Trump's 100-days interview with CBS - PolitiFact

President Donald Trump speaks to CBS News' chief Washington correspondent and host of "Face the Nation," John Dickerson, on April 29, 2017. President Donald Trump touted his first 100 days as a success and pledged to deliver on promises like health ...

Trump Issues 'Guarantee' on Health Plan - Wall Street Journal (subscription)

WASHINGTON—President Donald Trump insisted that Republicans' health-care plans would maintain a guarantee of coverage for people with pre-existing conditions—but sidestepped the thornier debate over whether proposed changes could raise ...

Donald Trump: 'Preexisting Conditions Are in' Latest Health Care Bill Draft - Independent Journal Review

In an interview with CBS's John Dickerson that aired on Sunday's episode of “Face The Nation,” President Donald Trump assured the nation that the latest draft of the new health care bill will have protections for those with pre-existing conditions. He ...

Trump says protection for pre-existing conditions 'has to be' part of health care bill - Washington Post

April 30, 2017 1:16 PM EDT - President Trump defended his work on the latest proposed health-care bill on Sunday, April 30 during an interview on CBS News' "Face the Nation" saying, "We really have a good bill. I think they could have voted on Friday.

Trump says new GOP healthcare bill 'guarantees' coverage for pre-existing conditions - Los Angeles Times

During an interview with “Face the Nation” on CBS aired Sunday, President Trump said a revised bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act has a “clause that guarantees” that people with pre-existing conditions will be covered. Trump said: ...

Trump splits from the GOP and says Trumpcare 2.0 will guarantee pre-existing protections nationwide - Business Insider

Donald Trump U.S. President Donald Trump attends the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum's "Days of Remembrance" ceremony in the Capitol Rotunda in Washington, U.S, April 25, 2017. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas. President Trump appeared to suggest on ...

Trump guarantees new ObamaCare plan covers pre-existing conditions, in bid to pass overhaul plan - Fox News

President Trump said Sunday that Americans with pre-existing medical conditions will be covered under Republicans' new ObamaCare overhaul, as House GOP leaders try to pass the measure as early as this week. “Health care plan is on its way,” Trump ...

The Resistance Is Winning As Trump Shows Signs Of Doubt That He Will Get A Second Term - PoliticusUSA

Trump has gone from promising to send a human mission to Mars during his second term to questioning if he wins a second term during an interview on CBS's Face The Nation. Share on Twitter Add to Google+ Connect on Linked in Share on Pinterest ...

Trump, on television, yet again displays ignorance and incoherence. And no, that's not normal. - Daily Kos

It is Sunday, the day devoted to hosting administration officials on the teevee so that they may lie repeatedly to you. Today the task was performed by Donald Trump himself. Do you remember listening to other past presidents—Bill Clinton comes to mind ...

Trump says he's had tougher gig than presidency - UpperMichigansSource.com

WASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump says he's had tougher jobs, but acknowledges the presidency is "always a challenge, like life itself is a challenge." Trump tells CBS' "Face the Nation," ''I've had things that were tougher, although I'll let ...

Trump guarantees protection for those with preexisting medical conditions — but it's unclear how - Washington Post

President Trump tried Sunday to reassure anxious Republicans that the latest proposal to replace the Affordable Care Act would continue to protect those with preexisting medical conditions, although he struggled to fully articulate what form those ...