American Bridge, a liberal super PAC, is launching a series of digital ads criticizing President Trump's recent comments indicating he would be open to cutting entitlement programs in the future.Starting Friday, th...
President Donald Trump signaled this week that he's open to cutting federal entitlements to reduce the federal deficit, despite previously campaigning on protecting Medicare and Social Security. ...
The president this week appeared to go back on an early campaign promise of not touching entitlements.
The president also showed a willingness to make cuts to social security and Medicare and will attend an anti-abortion event
As the impeachment trial gets into stride in Washington against Donald Trump, the president on Wednesday announced a plethora of new plans, policies and programs as he prepared to make his way back to the US from the World Economic Forum in Switzerland.
Speaking with reporters in Davos, Trump announced that he intends to expand his controversial travel ban...
Ahead of the 2016 cycle, Trump insisted he wouldn't cut Social Security, Medicare, or Medicaid. Ahead of the 2020 cycle, his position is fundamentally different
When I was in medical school, my teachers started a lot of their stories with the same phrase:
“Back in my day, I still helped patients who couldn’t pay.”
“Back in my day, we didn’t have 100 checklists.”
“Back in my day,...
The president signaled a willingness to scale back Medicare, a shift from his 2016 platform of protecting entitlement programs.
Democrats were not pleased.
Social security and Medicare are the two most popular programs ever developed by the Democratic party. But Biden joined Republicans to try to cripple them
Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren supporters not looking forward to a potential Joe Biden nomination might want to time-travel back to 1972.
That year, Biden was an underdog Senate candidate running against a popular incumbent. With his sister, Valerie, as campaign manager and limited resources, he knocked on hundreds of do...