President Donald Trump wrote a blistering op-ed in USA Today on Wednesday attacking Democrats as "radical socialists", and accusing them of being a great danger to "every single citizen" before the midterm elections set for November.
But Medicare for All means different things to different Democrats. He had also served as the deputy finance chairman of the Republican National Committee' Finance Committee, before stepping down amid a federal investigation into his business deals, Fox News reported.
La Guinée de Sylla se rapproche de la qualification — CAN
Le Syli de Guinée vient de confirmer son statut de leader du groupe H en enchaînant trois victoire en trois matchs d'affilée. Dans les dernières minutes, le Rwanda a bénéficié d'un penalty mais Aly Keita a repoussé la tentative de Tuyisenge!
Trump's attack on Medicare for All omits any mention of improved benefits for seniors that Democrats promise. The US President had said the notion that Kavanaugh sexually assaulted someone and that the allegations from Ms Ford and other women could be taken as fact made this a "very scary time for young men in America".
Michael Cohen, the president's former attorney and fixer, is now a registered Democrat, marking his latest move breaking away from the president since being charged by federal authorities.
Pluie de stars au mariage de la princesse Eugenie
Deux invités ont dû décliner l'invitation: Ed Sheeran et Elton John, tous deux actuellement en tournée. Il aurait rencontré Eugenie par l'intermédiaire d'amis à la station de ski de Verbier, en Suisse.
Republicans contend that the proposal would be cost-prohibitive and argue it marks government overreach. He told reporters he faced a "quagmire" about whether to attend the Pennsylvania rally because "thousands of people" were already lined up for the event.
In pleading guilty, he said that Trump directed him to arrange payments before the 2016 election to buy the silence of porn actress Stormy Daniels and a former Playboy model who alleged they had affairs with Trump.
Jared Kushner 'likely paid little or no income tax' for years
One told the paper that the records indicated that Kushner paid little or no federal income taxes in five of the last eight years. The loss offset Kushner's income of $1.7 million in salary and investment gains, the Times reported, citing the documents.
Republished with permission from the Associated Press.