Trump praises Australia's universal healthcare says 'everybody' has better care

It has long come under attack by conservatives. Trump said to Turnbull, before adding, "I shouldn't say this to our great gentleman, and my friend, from Australia because you have better healthcare than we do". During a short press conference, Trump said: "It's going to be fantastic health care". Democrats, and more than a handful Republicans, say Trump's health care plan will leave millions of Americans without insurance and raise private costs for those with pre-existing conditions.

Acting FBI director testifies before Senate panel

Acting FBI director testifies before Senate panel

The New York Times , citing sources who asked to remain anonymous, reported Wednesday that while Clinton continues to blame Comey, at least in part, for her loss to Trump, she believes Comey's removal "only reinforces the point that he was on to something".

More to Face Arraignment in Penn State Fraternity House Death

And then there's the fraternity itself, which has chapters on college campuses across the U.S. "They literally delayed getting him help". In an interview with " Good Morning America " that aired Sunday, Beta Theta Pi brother Kordel Davis said despite his repeated pleas to call 911, no one did.

Comey infuriated Trump with refusal to preview Senate testimony: aides

Comey infuriated Trump with refusal to preview Senate testimony: aides

He also said he would not provide updates to President Trump or anyone else in the White House about the status of the probe, nor had anyone yet asked. Donald Trump speaks during an interview with NBC News' Lester Holt. "It's hard to avoid the conclusion that the president's decision to remove Director Comey was related to the Russian Federation investigation", Warner said, "and that is truly unacceptable".

Bill Shine leaves role as co-president of Fox News

Jack Abernethy , who was a co-president with Mr Shine, remains in his current position. In a statement, Fox said Shine will leave the company after spending the next several weeks assisting with a transition period. "Suzanne and Jay are recognized industry leaders", Murdoch said in the statement. Ailes was dismissed from the network last summer following multiple allegations of sexual harassment.

At Fox News, Turmoil Rages on as Bill Shine Exits

More broadly, Shine has been under suspicion for his close association with Ailes over the years, and over what role, if any, he played in helping Ailes maintain silence in the face of allegations of harassment and employee intimidation. Suzanne Scott , another longtime Fox News executive, will take Shine's place in steering programming at Fox News as president of programming. Ailes has denied the allegations.