• News
  • Health Care

Schiff Maintains That He's Seen Damning Evidence: 'Undoubtedly There Is Collusion'

Schiff Maintains That He's Seen Damning Evidence: 'Undoubtedly There Is Collusion'

Former FBI Director James Comey said he had "great faith" in Robert Mueller, but he's still confused by the special counsel's decision to pass the buck on deciding whether President Donald Trump obstructed justice in the Russian Federation investigation.

And so it emerged that the Trump Justice Department filed a court document in support of a right-wing judge's wild ruling that the entire Affordable Care Act should be killed. The public can't be asked to rely on what amounts to a Trump administration news release to make its judgments. The administration said there were only grounds to strike down the law's consumer protections, including those for people with preexisting health conditions, but the rest of the health care law, including its expansion of Medicaid, were still constitutional.

If it were successful, the Justice Department's position supporting the judge's ruling would potentially eliminate health care for millions of people and create widespread disruption across the USA health care system - from removing no-charge preventive services for older Americans on Medicare to voiding the expansion of Medicaid in most states.

"In the past, the president certainly suggested that he was supportive of parts of it, supportive of not discriminating against pre-existing conditions", Pallone said. He slammed the current law as a "disaster" and referred to the court case underway in federal court. Carlson noted that CNN anchor Don Lemon chose to emphasize that Barr said the findings did not "exonerate" President Trump on the question of obstruction of justice. According to a Washington Post analysis of exit poll data from 69 battleground districts, health emerged as the top issue for voters - besting Trump, the economy and immigration as priorities. In addition to the report, Mueller had confirmed Russian interference with his multiple previous indictments of Russians.

"There are people out there who have done very bad things, I would say treasonous things against our country", he said.




They can not let Republicans, who devoted such energy under President Barack Obama on harebrained investigations, now tell House Democrats that accountability is off the table for the next 20 months. Barr was never going to find Trump guilty of obstruction, and he seemed eager to stop Congress from doing so.

Trump advisers' spin is that the Mueller report will help him win back suburban districts where Republicans were pummeled in 2018.

"If all we have is that Mueller concluded that he didn't have sufficient evidence to reach a finding of conspiracy, then that leaves the door wide open, both with respect to seeing and evaluating his evidence and for further investigation whether by Congress or historians", Jerome Segal, a former senior research scholar at the University of Maryland's Center for global and Security Studies and is now the president of the Jewish Peace Lobby, said in a statement emailed to Newsweek. "Trump has wanted to get rid of the ACA, and I guess he sees an opportunity here".

He said he wants them to abandon efforts to simply repeal "Obamacare" and instead focus on a replacement for President Barack Obama's signature law.

Leave Your Comment

Leave Your Comment


Latest News

Breaking News



Recommended

Islamabad Says Shares 'International Outrage' Over US Decision on Golan Heights

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said it was impossible for Turkey to accept the USA decision on the Golan Heights. A Foreign Ministry spokesman added: "Trump does not have the right or the legal authority to legitimize the occupation".

Thaksin allies claim victory in Thai election, challenging army

The anti-military party Future Forward won 30 constituency MP seats and the Democrat Party got 33. The party is allied with exiled Thai leader Thaksin Shinawatra.

Qatar Airways delays Boeing MAX delivery until cause of crash known

After the update, the system will rely on data from more than one sensor before it automatically pushes the plane's nose lower. On the Lion Air crash , it was discovered that the system pushed the nose of the plane down a number of times before impact.

Apple's Streaming Service: Here's Everything That Was Announced

It's also expected to launch a video service that could compete with Netflix , Amazon and cable TV itself. There's no word yet on how much it will cost when it launches in Fall 2019 in 150 countries.

Papa Shaq: Pizza Chain Hires O’Neal As New Spokesman

He now owns a Krispy Kreme Doughnuts franchise in Atlanta and previously owned 27 Five Guys Burgers and Fries franchises. In addition, O'Neal will enter into a marketing agreement to be an ambassador for the Papa John's brand.

High-strength cannabis increases risk of mental health problems

It was paid for by funders including Britain's Medical Research Council, the Sao Paulo Research Foundation and the Wellcome Trust. They then observed that if there was no supply of high-potency cannabis , cases of first-episode psychosis would be preventable.

Trump Is Fine With Releasing Mueller Report

Trump has been investigated for nearly two years, following suspicions that he or his team had improper ties to Moscow. Trump maintained Wednesday that there was "no collusion" between his presidential campaign and Russian Federation .

Robert Mueller delivers report on whether Donald Trump's campaign colluded with Russian Federation

The fight to make Mueller's report public could be fierce and possibly spark a court battle between Congress and the executive branch.

PNB fraud case: Fugitive Jeweller Nirav Modi arrested in London

He said the arrest of Nirav Modi only "prove" that the country is in safe hands under the leadership of the prime minister. While applying for the bail, Nirav Modi told the Westminster Court, "I have demonstrated keenness to fully cooperate".

Live broadcast of New Zealand massacre prompts calls for regulator

The removal of the purported mass shooting videos highlights the daunting task the company faces on properly moderating the site . New Zealand's Department of Internal Affairs said people posting the video online risked breaking the law. "Take some ownership.