Dan Rather Just Called Donald Trump A ‘Loser’

Dan Rather Just Called Donald Trump A ‘Loser’ Legendary journalist Dan Rather blasted Donald Trump for his failure to pass the Republican Obamacare repeal bill out of the House on Thursday. Here is what Dan Rather had to say about Donald Trump’s recent failure: And in his criticism of Trump, Rather used one of the Donald’s favorite words: “loser.” “That’s a word that Donald Trump fears being called more than any other. It is a word that he has wielded with relish against his enemies. But if the health care bill goes down in defeat, and at this point...

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Social Media Users Destroy Trump For Silly Truck Photo-Op

Social Media Users Destroy Trump For Silly Truck Photo-Op While Donald Trump’s first piece of major legislation was crashing and burning on Capitol Hill Trump decided to get in a Truck and pretend he could drive it. Well the photos went viral and the internet is not being very nice to Donald Trump. Here are some of the best ones: when u find out the health care plan u just publicly bragged about getting voted on today on did not get voted on today pic.twitter.com/1OGR4MLSGe — darth™ (@darth) March 23, 2017   live look at Trump driving America off...

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WATCH: Elizabeth Warren Powerfully Explains Why The Republican Health Plan Is So Bankrupt

WATCH: Elizabeth Warren Powerfully Explains Why The Republican Health Plan Is So Bankrupt Senator Elizabeth Warren just powerfully explained why the Republican plan to replace Obamacare is so bankrupt. Warren said, “You want to do repeal and replace? You get your plan together and let me see what you’re going to do.” “You come explain to American people how 24 million of them lost coverage,” Warren continued. And when it comes to the families who have lost someone to opioid abuse, Warren said Republicans need to explains why they “are going to suck $5 billion out of opioid addiction.”...

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24 Million Still Lose Coverage, Far Less Savings After Republican Changes: CBO

24 Million Still Lose Coverage, Far Less Savings After Republican Changes: CBO Just after Republicans announce they would be canceling Thursday’s vote on the their Obamacare repeal bill, the Congressional Budget Office released a new report based on the revised Republican plan and the numbers aren’t good. The Congressional Budget Office found that the new version of the Republican health plan would still lead to 24 million Americans losing health insurance but also save much less money than the previous version. The revised plan would reduce the deficit by $150 billion over 10 years, down from $337 billion in...

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Bernie Sanders Announces He will Oppose Neil Gorsuch

Bernie Sanders Announces He will Oppose Neil Gorsuch On Thursday Senator Bernie Sanders announced that he will oppose Judge Neil Gorsuch’s nomination to the Supreme Court. Sanders joins with other Democrats particularly the progressive wing of Senate Democrats that will be voting against Gorsuch. “After careful consideration of Judge Gorsuch’s record, I have concluded that I will not vote to confirm him to be an associate justice of the Supreme Court,” Sanders said. Sanders said that Gorsuch “refused to answer legitimate questions.” “I will not support Republican efforts to change the rules to choke off debate and ram the...

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Republican Senator Makes Sexist Joke About Mammograms

Republican Senator Makes Sexist Joke About Mammograms As Republicans in the House desperately try to find the votes for their heavily criticized health care plan, they don’t seem to be getting any support from at least one of their colleagues in the Senate. Republican Senator Pat Roberts was asked about what are called “essential health benefits” that are guaranteed under Obamacare and he followed up with a tasteless joke about mammograms. Roberts said, “I sure don’t want my mammogram benefits taken away.” Roberts quickly faced condemnation from his Democratic colleagues who labeled the joke as sexist and insensitive. This is...

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House Republicans Cancel Vote On Disastrous Health Bill

House Republicans Cancel Vote On Disastrous Health Bill BREAKING… Republicans in the House have canceled their planned Thursday vote because they lacked the votes to pass the bill. MSNBC News reported a few minutes ago that they have hear from multiple sources that the planned vote has been canceled. CNN is also reporting the vote has been canceled. The Republican health plan was almost universally criticized after the Congressional Budget Office report revealed that at least 24 million people would lose their health insurance under the Republican plan. A House Republican conference meeting is set for 7 p.m. on Thursday....

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Two Democrats On Intel Committee Say Evidence Is ‘More Than Circumstantial’

Two Democrats On Intel Committee Say Evidence Is ‘More Than Circumstantial’ A second Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee has said that the evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian agents is “more than circumstantial.” On Wednesday, Congressman Adam Schiff who is the top Democrat on the House Intel Committee said, “The evidence is more than circumstantial.” And Thursday Congressman Mike Quigley, another Democrat on the committee, said separately that he agrees with Schiff that the evidence is more than circumstantial.   .@RepAdamSchiff on Trump/Russia connection: “There is more than circumstantial evidence now…and is very much worthy of...

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Trump Fails To Make Deal With Conservative Wing Of Republican Party On Health Bill

Trump Fails To Make Deal With Conservative Wing Of Republican Party On Health Bill Donald Trump failed to make a last minute deal with the so-called “freedom” caucus, the most conservative members of the Republican party, on the health bill set for a vote Thursday. Trump’s failure to make a deal puts at risk the Republican plan for repealing Obamacare. Lawmakers leaving the White House after meeting with Trump said that they had not made a deal that would allow them to support the deal. Multiple whip counts from various news outlets show that Republicans are short of the...

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Only 17 Percent Of Voters Support Republican Health Plan: Poll

Only 17 Percent Of Voters Support Republican Health Plan: Poll On the day that Republicans in the House are planning to vote on their Obamacare replacement bill a new poll shows just how few Americans support the Republican plan.  And a strong majority of American voters oppose the Republican plan to repeal Obamacare the new poll finds. A new Quinnipiac University poll published Thursday found that 56 percent of voters disapprove of the Republican healthcare plan, and just 17 percent support it. Even among Republican voters, only 41 percent support the the plan while 24 percent oppose it. The poll also found that 46...

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