Encontrar diferencias entre el discurso del Estado de la Unión, que el presidente Trump ofreció el pasado martes, y el contenido diario que publica en Twitter parece una tarea difícil.
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Finding differences between President Trump’s State of the Union address last Tuesday and the daily content he posts on Twitter would likely prove to be a difficult endeavor.
Tanto Wolf como Fetterman se mostraron optimistas durante aquella soleada y fría tarde de mediados de enero en el Capitolio del Estado, en Harrisburg; una actitud que contrasta con el pesimismo promulgado por el gobierno de Trump, y que ganó Pensilvania en la elección presidencial de 2016.
Gov. Wolf and Lt. Gov. Fetterman both struck optimistic, forward-looking notes on inauguration day - a stark contrast to the doom and gloom promulgated by the Trump administration, and which won him Pennsylvania in the 2016 presidential election.
After the unexpected announcement of Justice Anthony Kennedy regarding his retirement, President Donald Trump now has the possibility of nominating a second judge to the Supreme Court within just 18 months as president. The options for his replacement have alerted Democrats, who warn of the danger of the nation's highest court being deeply conservative for generations.
Después del inesperado anuncio del juez Anthony M. Kennedy sobre su retiro, el presidente Trump tiene ahora la posibilidad de nominar un segundo juez a la Corte Suprema en tan sólo 18 meses como mandatario. Las opciones para su reemplazo han puesto en alerta a los Demócratas, quienes advierten el peligro de una Corte profundamente conservadora durante las próximas generaciones.
María Sotomayor, is the deputy director of the Pennsylvania Immigration and Citizenship Coalition. She came to the US in 2002, when she was 10. In 2012 became recipient of DACA. Just a few weeks ago, María got her 'green card". These are her views on the DACA issue in times of Trump.
Senate Republicans have managed to pass reform of the health care program on Tuesday with a very close vote.
Los Republicanos del Senado votaron a favor de darle trémite a una eventual reforma del sistema de salud, pero rechazaron la propuesta del líder de la mayoría Mitch McConnell.
Senate Republicans have revised their health bill, in a desperate attempt to get it approved, and their new project has leaked to the media.
The independent Congressional Budget Office (CBO) estimates that under the bill drafted by Republican senators, roughly 22 million Americans would lose their health insurance by 2026. That number includes some 6 million Latinos, 1 million of them children, according to La Raza.
El expresidente Barack Obama arremetió hoy contra el plan desvelado por los republicanos en el Senado para sustituir la reforma sanitaria que él impulsó y firmó en 2010, al considerar que es pura "mezquindad" y que "millones de estadounidenses" podrían perder su cobertura médica.
Instead of working with Democrats in a bipartisan way to improve our current health care system, Republicans passed a bill that would allow insurers to bring back discrimination against people with pre-existing conditions.
En lugar de trabajar de manera bipartidista con los demócratas para mejorar nuestro sistema salud actual, los republicanos han aprobado una propuesta de ley que permitirá que las aseguradoras regresen a sus prácticas discriminatorias de antes contra las personas con condiciones preexistentes.
The healthcare reform proposed by President Donald Trump to "repeal and replace" ObamaCare, and which was narrowly approved by the Republican-controlled House of Representatives, would leave 23 million people without healthcare coverage over the next decade, the Congressional Budget Office said Wednesday.
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) approved by Obama in 2010, was, despite its failures, his greatest national political achievement which provided health insurance to tens of millions of people and saved as many millions of families who almost fell into bankruptcy because one of their family members were sick.
Con una ventaja de cuatro votos, los Republicanos aprobaron el reemplazo de Obamacare.
The President of the United States returned to New York on Thursday for the first time since taking office in the White House on Jan. 20, although several protests were awaiting him in the city where he was born. In NY, he met with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and praised Australia's universal public health system.
El presentador del programa nocturno de la ABC vivió en carne propia la realidad que enfrentan muchos ciudadanos al acceder a los servicios de salud.
Congress needs to pass a spending bill by Friday night to keep the government running—and if the GOP tries to repeal Obamacare first, Democrats might force a shutdown.
The last thing President Trump now needs is for the stock market to go south on him. After all, he’s got worries aplenty: abroad, North Korea, Syria, Russia and Brexit; at home, the stalled effort to repeal Obamacare; and uncertainty surrounding “tax reform.” Compared with this tapestry of troubles, the stock market has been a splendid blessing.
America’s Congress is quietly becoming a European-style parliament -- and the transformation isn’t for the good. Congress is fanning, not defusing, conflict.
Backing off from their key campaign promise marks a big defeat for both Ryan and the president, who’d pushed hard for the bill and then pressed for a vote on it. Trump is now presenting himself as a bystander to the loss, and Republican voters may well side with him.
In an effort to get Congress to vote down the AHCA, the mayor and local officials held a press conference to express their opposition to the bill.
The vote on the bill was previously scheduled for Thursday but the lack of consensus among conservatives has postponed the process. If the legislation fails, there won’t be another effort to make good on the flagship Republican promise to replace Obama’s Affordable Care Act, Trump said.