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Trump's opponents race to the courthouse to thwart him03/11/2017 Duración: 09min
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - When President Donald Trump announced on Oct. 12 he would stop subsidies to health insurers critical to the Obamacare law, the response from Democratic state officials was swift and predictable: a lawsuit by 18 state attorneys general was filed within 24 hours.
Former Trump campaign manager indicted in Russia probe, ex-aide guilty02/11/2017 Duración: 06min
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Paul Manafort, a former campaign manager for President Donald Trump, surrendered to the FBI on Monday and another ex-aide pleaded guilty to lying to agents in the most serious steps yet of a federal probe into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election.
Rosy White House tax cut forecast clashes with independent analysis01/11/2017 Duración: 06min
WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - The White House promoted President Donald Trump’s tax cut plan on Friday with a forecast of faster U.S. economic expansion and wage growth, as independent analysts said the plan would swell the budget deficit and provide little spark to the economy. The rival projections reflected the many unknowns swirling around the plan, expected to be unveiled in legislative form on Wednesday.
Trump says popular retirement program will be unscathed in tax plan31/10/2017 Duración: 05min
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump on Monday dismissed the possibility of curbing a popular tax-deferred U.S. retirement savings program to help pay for his sweeping tax cuts, and voiced doubts about adding another top bracket targeting the wealthiest Americans.
Exclusive: While advising Trump in 2016, ex-CIA chief proposed plan to discredit Turkish cleric30/10/2017 Duración: 08min
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Former CIA director James Woolseypitched a $10 million contract to two Turkish businessmen to help discredit a controversial U.S.-based cleric while Woolsey was an adviser to Donald Trump’s election campaign,three people familiar with the proposal said. Just eight days after formally joining Trump’s campaign as an adviser on national security issues, Woolsey met on Sept.