President Trump: Australia's universal health care system better than US

Cornelia Mascio
Mag 6, 2017

"Wait a minute ... the president has just said it", Sanders said amid a mountain of laughs.

Trump said on Thursday that his first telephone conversation with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull on January 28 "got a little bit testy" when the president reluctantly agreed to honor President Barack Obama's promise to take up to 1,250 mainly Muslim refugees off Australia's hands. "That's great. Let's take a look at the Australian healthcare system, and let's move. I'm president! Can you believe it?!"

The Scandinavian former model wowed onlookers in a stunning Christian Dior off-the-shoulder yellow silk crepe asymmetric dress when she arrived with her husband, President Donald Trump, at a NY gala dinner on Thursday.

Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the White House deputy press secretary, had suggested earlier on Friday that Trump was being "complimentary" of Turnbull.

"Thank you Mr Trump for admitting that universal health care is the better way to go".

The two world leaders asserted that they had a good working relationship following a testy phone conversation in February, The New York Times reports. The Republican president became irritated that he was expected to honour an agreement made by his Democratic predecessor, Barack Obama, to accept as many as 1,250 refugees held in Australian processing centres on remote Pacific islands. I will study this dumb deal! You guys exaggerated that call.

"I think it's a great way to communicate, and it's a modern way to communicate", he said.

In the USA, the new Republican bill will significantly cut the amount of government support for Medicaid, which provides healthcare support to some U.S. citizens.

Among those on the street were members of the New York State Nurses Association, who chanted: "What do we want?"

On Thursday evening, the President met with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, aboard the USS Intrepid to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Battle of the Coral Sea. "We have a fantastic relationship, I love Australia, I always have".

'We have a failing healthcare, ' Mr Trump said. In the United States, on the other hand, both public and private costs rose from $7,680 to $9,450 per capita. The navies of the USA and Australia successfully cooperated to prevent an invasion of Japanese ships. "The two presidents are obviously very different men".

"They saw enemy planes flying toward them by the dozen".

"It's all worked out", Trump said.

Not everything is free however - Medicare doesn't cover all dentist visits, most physiotherapy and ambulance services.

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