THE DRIVE: Report complicates health care; Jupiter storms; Trump scolds NATO

THE DRIVE: Report complicates health care; Jupiter storms; Trump scolds NATOTHE DRIVE: Report complicates health care; Jupiter storms; Trump scolds NATO

THE DRIVE: Report complicates health care; Jupiter storms; Trump scolds NATO

WASHINGTON – Senate Republicans have conceded on Thursday that Bill glowing in the GOP healthcare analysis of the House had complicated efforts to dismantle the Health Care Act President Barack Obama.

“It makes everything harder,” said Sen. Dean Heller, R-Nev., In an analysis of the Congressional Budget Office, which envisions that the bill in the House would allow 23 million Americans to lose coverage In 2026 and create a cost prohibitive for many.

“There are intermittent yellow lights throughout the territory,” said Sen. Patrick Toomey, R-Pa., The report of nonpartisan public finance experts.

Congress now begins a one-week recreation, the Senate GOP always looking for a plan to review health care that can win the support of a minimum of 50 of its 52 members. All Democrats seem to oppose the bill, and Vice President Mike Pence could break a 50-50 draw.

BRUSSELS – Surrounded by stone allies, President Donald Trump thrilled NATO Thursday for failing to meet the military alliance’s financial criteria, saying that it makes it weaker than it should and is not “just for people and the American taxpayer. ”

Trump, who has often complained at home about NATO support to other countries, gave a conference to other leaders in person this time, saying: “Many of these countries need large sums of money in recent years.”

The President’s statement immediately put NATO in a new power and did nothing to resolve the issues about its complicated relationship with an alliance that has previously breaded as “obsolete.” In particular, it has not provided explicit public support for NATO “one for all” principle of collective defense, although White House officials have said that its mere presence the meeting had informed

This image provided by NASA Thursday, May 25, 2017, and from the data captured by the spacecraft Juno shows the south pole of Jupiter. Oval characteristics are cyclones, up to 600 miles in diameter. Cyclones separate from the trade mark of the Great Red Spot of Jupiter, a furious storm from the equator south of the equator. The composite and enhanced color image was created from data from three separate orbits.

WASHINGTON – Senate Republicans have conceded on Thursday that Bill glowing in the GOP healthcare analysis of the House had complicated efforts to dismantle the Health Care Act President Barack Obama.

“It makes everything harder,” said Sen. Dean Heller, R-Nev., In an analysis of the Congressional Budget Office, which envisions that the bill in the House would allow 23 million Americans to lose coverage In 2026 and create a cost prohibitive for many.

“There are intermittent yellow lights throughout the territory,” said Sen. Patrick Toomey, R-Pa., The report of nonpartisan public finance experts.

Congress now begins a one-week recreation, the Senate GOP always looking for a plan to review health care that can win the support of a minimum of 50 of its 52 members. All Democrats seem to oppose the bill, and Vice President Mike Pence could break a 50-50 draw.

Trump thanked the other NATO leaders: spend more on the military

BRUSSELS – Surrounded by stone allies, President Donald Trump thrilled NATO Thursday for failing to meet the military alliance’s financial criteria, saying that it makes it weaker than it should and is not “just for people and the American taxpayer. ”

Trump, who has often complained at home about NATO support to other countries, gave a conference to other leaders in person this time, saying: “Many of these countries need large sums of money in recent years.”

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