The spokesman said Trump wants a "merit-based system for entry that requires self sufficiency". At the end of the day, Trump said it came down to money.
US President Donald Trump has defended his record at a raucous political rally, gloating about recent Republican election victories, rejecting a Russian Federation investigation as a witch hunt and saying he is succeeding against all odds, despite no major legislative achievements.
"And you could give us a lot of votes and we'd even be willing to change it and move it around and try and make it even better", Trump said. I'm waiting for them to accuse him of wanting that little amount of money. "A few votes from the Democrats, seriously, a few votes from the Democrats, it could be so easy and so lovely, and you'd have cooperation".
Buoyed by Republican victories in special congressional elections in Georgia and SC on Tuesday (June 20), Trump blasted his opponents as "unbelievably nasty" and said cable news anchors appeared stunned by the Democratic losses.
He also applauded Republican Ralph Norman, who notched a slimmer-than-expected win in a special election to fill the SC congressional seat vacated by Mick Mulvaney, his budget director, and mocked Handel's challenger, Jon Ossoff, saying the Democrats "spent $30 million on this kid who forgot to live in the district". "They gave up a lot", he said.
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Steve Thomas, his former soccer coach, says he was a key player who had a deep commitment to reaching out to people. Nauert stressed that the State Department issued a travel warning for North Korea that lays out the dangers.
The president also praised his administration's succession from the Paris climate accord, job growth, new policy on Cuba, and appointment of Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch, while criticizing the "fake news" outlets for not giving him credit for his accomplishments. "They're obstructionists", he said to applause. "Can you believe that?" "They will say, 'Headline: Donald Trump lies to the people of Iowa.' I don't want that".
A healthcare bill being released by U.S. Senate Republicans on Thursday (June 20) is expected to roll back the Obamacare expansion of the Medicaid healthcare program for the poor and reshape subsidies to low-income people buying private insurance.
President of the United States, Donald Trump has defended his cabinet pick, saying he prefers rich people in charge of the USA economy.
Most of the "Making America Great Again" rally was spent praising the Trump administration's work in his five months as president. "Does that make sense?" he added.
He suggested solar panels could look "beautiful" and said: "Pretty good imagination, right?"