Ron Klain makes his debut! 10:00 am || Receives the Presidential Daily Briefing 3:00 pm || Meets with Ebola Response Coordinator Ron Klain and members of his team 4:45 pm || Meets with senior advisors All times Eastern Live stream of White House briefing at 1:00 pm
Obamacare is robbing patients of their private plans and dumping them into Medicaid, forcing them to accept not only subpar treatment but less access to care. According to an article in the Wall Street Journal today by Jeffrey A. Singer MD, a general surgeon who is also an adjunct scholar at the conservative CATO Institute, Obamacare is resulting in a involuntary shift of patients onto
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Amid calls for a total ban on travel from Ebola-affected countries, the Department of Homeland Security today announced it would enforce limited Ebola travel restrictions that will direct travelers from those countries through any of five U.S. airports where Ebola screening occurs. According to a statement by DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson: Today, as part of the Department of Homeland Security’s ongoing response to prevent the
Ebola Czar Ron Klain might not be too long for the job, eying a more senior position that would put him right next to the president. According to Politico’s Mike Allen: Administration insiders say Ron Klain, who starts Wednesday as the White House Ebola czar, will be in line to succeed John Podesta as counselor to President Barack Obama when Podesta leaves, likely to chair
Updated 1:33 pm ET Updated 11:14 am ET. The White House Monday left a potentially embarassing phrase out of the official transcript of the president’s remarks, altering what is supposed to be a verbatim rendition and, unless it was a mistake, effectively lying to the American people. The odds, of course, of something harmful being the one thing left accidentally on the cutting room floor or unheard
Obama: These Democrats actually support me . . . Obama delivered a blow to Democratic Senate candidates looking to distance themselves from his flagging approval ratings Monday, saying lawmakers avoiding him on the campaign trail were “strong allies and supporters” who have “supported my agenda in Congress.” The Hill Surprise, Mr. President! . . . The president and his staff have seemed flat-footed, reactive, surprised, and at the mercy