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Medicaid work requirements are one of the least politically controversial things Trump has done

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Medicaid work requirements are one of the least politically controversial things Trump has done

Blackmail alleged as Governor Greitens admits to extramarital affair

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Blackmail alleged as Governor Greitens admits to extramarital affair

Blackmail alleged as Governor Greitens admits to extramarital affair
Whatever happened to the public promise to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution as it is written? That’s in the oath all in government have taken. That is the oath that the president and his Republican allies reject.British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said the pact was also a way for Iran to show it was “a good neighbour” in the region by complying.

Greitens has received mixed reviews in as governor. While campaigning on a platform of cleaning up government, he admitted to the Missouri Ethics Commission that he had violated campaign finance law, according to the Kansas City Star. He was fined $1,000. He and his senior staff have also come under fire for using an app that deletes text messages after they’ve been read, raising concerns about trying to subvert Missouri open records law.: Julian Assange may be forced to leave Ecuador embassy after upsetting President

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In sharp contrast to Trump’s view that the 2015 pact was “the worst deal ever negotiated”, the foreign ministers of the three countries and the EU’s top diplomat said there was no alternative to it and that sanctions should remain lifted.

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Greitens, whose first marriage ended in divorce, is a former Democrat who has mixed brains and brawn throughout his public life, but one consistent element to him has been ambition. As the Post-Dispatch has previously reported, he was reserving website names with variations of “Greitens for President” years before his first political campaign, for governor, in 2016.“E3 (Germany, France and Britain) and EU fully aware that Iran’s continued compliance (is) conditioned on full compliance by the US,” Zarif added.

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It is unclear how Trump “personally directed the fix to the unmasking process since taking office,” since the bill’s author, House Intelligence Committe Chairman Devin Nunes (R-Calif.), stripped the major changes to unmasking procedures from the measure before presenting it for a vote by the full House. The man and his wife sought a divorce in March of 2016.

Medicaid work requirements are one of the least politically controversial things Trump has done

Medicaid work requirements are one of the least politically controversial things Trump has done
Now back to the Trump administration’s work below the radar. Even in the fresh aftermath of 9/11, when the government’s respect for constitutional norms was at a lamentably low point, the government interpreted the Fourth Amendment as requiring the government to separate its intelligence functions from its law enforcement work. The government recognized that its trigger for mass surveillance — namely, looking for a foreign agent among the populace — was a far lower standard than probable cause of crime, which is what the Fourth Amendment requires.More than 70 million Americans are enrolled in Medicaid, and the federal government spent more than $350 billion on the program in the last fiscal year, the Congressional Budget Office says.The move also comes amid a 17-year low for the U.S. unemployment rate, which has intensified competition for workers.
starting his 2016 campaign for governor — the woman sent an email to an account that contains Greitens’ name. It’s the same email account Greitens listed in setting up a political website he used in his gubernatorial campaign.

President Donald Trump appeared to celebrate WikiLeak’s election interference in October 2016, saying “I love WikiLeaks” during an appearance in Pennsylvania. 

unlikely that the change will affect that many Medicaid beneficiaries, because such requirements usually have key exemptions for family care, the disabled and those of retirement age. Only about 1 in 10, per Kaiser’s numbers, didn’t work and didn’t qualify for one of these exemptions. And most of those said they were searching for work, which is another exemption that recipients can generally use — provided it’s documented.

Diplomatic status might provide legal immunity for Mr. Assange, allowing him to leave the embassy, where he initially sought refuge after Sweden sought to have him arrested in connection with allegations of rape and assault.

Only an estimated 10 to 15 percent of residents fled when ordered, and much of the damage occurred where evacuations were voluntary.

A poll from the Kaiser Family Foundation in June showed that fully 70 percent of Americans favored allowing states to impose work requirements on non-disabled adults receiving Medicaid, which is basically what the Trump administration is doing. Ten states have signaled that they would like to impose such requirements, while three others are considering them.

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Comment Email Print The deadly rainstorm that sent rivers of mud crashing into dozens of Southern California homes is sweeping eastward — and threatening snow, flooding and flash freezing for 72 million Americans through the weekend.

The storm will continue moving into the Ohio Valley and New England, where ice could thicken to a quarter of an inch to a half inch, forecasters warned. Snow could also pile up from 6 to 12 inches.

The U.S. president plans on sticking with an agreement that suspends American sanctions on Iran in return for limiting its nuclear research, according to two administration officials familiar with the matter.

Trump’s tweet came shortly after a “Fox and Friends” segment that highlighted the FISA program, calling it “controversial.” Trump first seemed to side more with civil liberties groups like the American Civil Liberties Union, House Democrats and others, such as Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) who have pushed for less invasive measures.Republicans seemed undeterred by Democrats’ demands, however, plowing ahead with a planned vote on a sole amendment to the bill Thursday morning.— With assistance by Nick Wadhams, Margaret Talev, and Nikos ChrysolorasConservative Prime Minister Theresa May has promised Britain will leave the EU in March 2019 and then enter a roughly two-year transition period for the government to implement new policies on issues such as trade, customs and immigration.

Greitens admits affair, but denies allegation he blackmailed woman with photo

Greitens admits affair, but denies allegation he blackmailed woman with photo

This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. ©2017 FOX News Network, LLC. All rights reserved. All market data delayed 20 minutes.“A few years ago, before Eric was elected Governor, there was a time when he was unfaithful in our marriage. This was a deeply personal mistake. Eric took responsibility, and we dealt with this together honestly and privately. While we never would have wished for this pain in our marriage, or the pain that this has caused others, with God’s mercy Sheena has forgiven and we have emerged stronger. He understand that there will be some people who cannot forgive — but for those who can find it in your heart, Eric asks for your forgiveness, and we are grateful for your love, your compassion, and your prayers.”Advocates for Medicaid beneficiaries said the new policy was likely to be challenged in court if people were denied coverage for failure to meet a state’s work requirement.

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in 2012 gave states more flexibility on welfare’s work requirement. That requirement was initially part of the Clinton administration’s welfare reform efforts in the mid-1990s, and it was overwhelmingly popular at the time, with a Washington Post-ABC News poll showing that 94 percent of Americans supported it. By the time President Barack Obama acted, support was still at 79 percent in a Republican-leaning Resurgent Republic poll.“We’re considering, exploring the possibility of a mediation,” she said, according to Reuters. “No solution can be reached without international cooperation and without cooperation from the United Kingdom, which in addition has shown interest in finding a solution.”

Then, to her shock, she alleged, he snapped photographs of her naked and threatened to distribute the pictures if she revealed the relationship.

Woman: “He stepped back, I saw a flash through the blindfold and he said: "you’re never going to mention my name, otherwise there will be pictures of me everywhere."

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