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Huckabee-Sanders Addresses Trump Tweets, Obamacare Repeal In Off-Camera Briefing

“I don’t think it was a game,” Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee-Sanders said in response to a question about President Trump’s tweet on potential Comey recordings approximately 40 days ago. At today’s White House press briefing, correspondents were focused on receiving answers about a recent tweet by President Trump that stated: “With all of the recently reported electronic surveillance, intercepts, and unmasking and illegal leaking of information, I have no idea whether there are ‘tapes’ or recordings of my conversations with James Comey, but I did not make, and do not have, any such recordings.” One reporter asked Huckabee-Sanders why it took so long for the President to “lay [this claim] to rest”, and she responded bluntly: “You guys asked for an answer… [and] he gave you one.” Keep Reading

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Obsession Ensues Following Trump’s Tweets On London And Travel Ban

At today’s press briefing, Secretary Shulkin announced the Department of Veteran Affairs will begin to adjust its Electronic Health¬†Record. The changes would make it so the Department of Veteran Affairs and Department of Defense would have the same system, therefore making it easier for health care information to be passed along and kept track of. Keep Reading

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Spicer And Pruitt Put On The Defense Over Paris Climate Accord

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer and EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt were put on the defense at Friday’s press briefing over President Trump’s decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris Climate Accord. However, the two representatives of the current administration solely expressed further support and clarification on the President’s decision. Secretary Pruitt expressed his appreciation towards President Trump’s fortitude and leadership in the matter, and stated that his decision was “very courageous.” He indicated that U.S. withdrawal did not mean disengagement on the world platform. Additionally, he emphasized that the United States had already made significant progress in reducing CO2 emissions long before the Paris Agreement and without government mandate, because of the country’s innovation and technology. He welcomed other nations to take a look at what the United States has been doing to make such improvements. Keep Reading

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