Trump says he’s working on health insurance executive order on pre-existing conditions

  • Trump says he’s working on health insurance executive order on pre-existing conditions

Trump says he’s working on health insurance executive order on pre-existing conditions

A NY state Supreme Court judge on Thursday denied President Donald Trump's effort to delay the proceedings in a defamation lawsuit filed against him by longtime magazine columnist E. Jean Carroll, a move that allows her to pursue his DNA sample in an effort to prove claims he sexually assaulted her in the 1990s.

Asked by reporters whether they had been tested for the coronavirus before the impromptu conference, no one in the crowd responded.

"And just in this room, you have dozens of people are not following the guidelines in New Jersey which say you should not have more than 25 people".

Before the hastily called news conference began, members of Trump's private club filed inside the room where the president was to speak, a lot of them not wearing masks.

He also said his gathering was exempt from any regulations. "You're wrong on that, because it's a political activity", Trump shot back, prompting cheers from the crowd. "I know from scrutiny of playing quarterback in the league, it's damned if you do and damned if you don't".

"You'll get to meet the fake news tonight".

Saunders cited the recent Supreme Court decision that allowed Manhattan DA Cy Vance to proceed with a subpoena for Trump's tax returns, a ruling that rejected the president's claim of absolute immunity from any aspect of criminal procedure while in office. They say Obamacare represented government overreach and increased the cost of health care.

And Russia was the first country mentioned in the question.

In the few minutes Trump spent focusing on the health crisis, he presented misleading or incomplete statistics indicating that other countries were facing a new "surge" in infections and America's position as the world's epicenter for the coronavirus was primarily due to the large number of tests being performed, an argument health experts have continuously said is incorrect.

"Obamacare is a disaster, but we've run it very well", Trump told reporters at the White House in May.

"That's the way they are", Trump continued. "Well, the reason cases are up because we're doing, one of the reasons, we're doing a lot of testing".

The Bedminster guests then applauded.