Somehow the thought that health care is a key issue has wormed its way into the brain of the heaving pile of rancid orange-tinged lard in the White House.
White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows touts Trump's plan to send seniors a $200 prescription discount card in the coming weeks which was not approved by Congress, which Meadows claimed will be paid for from a Medicare demonstration program.
The White House is quite put out that Donald Trump's efforts to destroy Social Security are not being wholly embraced by American businesses.
If Dems effectively communicate to people that Donald Trump proposed cutting Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security in his last two budgets, they will win, Paul Begala said.
Democratic strategist Paul Begala reminds the party that they need to hammer on the fact that Trump is a threat to Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid.
Because Trump has surrounded himself with conservatism's least competent blowhards—namely, whichever self-promoting grifters impress him during Fox News appearances—the executive orders produced manage to both do extremely bad things, and to do them illegally.
Katy Tur and Chuck Todd thrust their heads into the sand as Sen. Mike Braun threatens our entire social safety net.
As part of his recovery plan for the post-pandemic challenges ahead, Vice President Biden has adopted some of his progressive competitors' ideas.
No matter how many times he tries to walk this statement back, the numbers in his actual budget proposal don't lie like he does.
Trump can't lie about the numbers published in black and white in his proposed budget.
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