The White House daily update
Watch highlights from President Donald J. Trump’s trip abroad:
12:30 PM: President Trump has lunch with Vice President Pence
2:00 PM: Press Briefing with Press Secretary Sean Spicer
WHITE HOUSE UPDATES
Yesterday, President Trump and Vice President Pence visited Arlington National Cemetery to honor those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice defending our nation.
— Vice President Pence (@VP) May 29, 2017
Last week, President Trump took his first trip abroad. Read more about the President’s trip here and watch highlights from day five and six of his eight-day trip below:
President Trump met with world leaders at the NATO summit last week where he reaffirmed his desire for a productive economic and security relationship with Europe and promised to continue strengthening cooperation with Belgium on these and other important issues.
On Saturday, President Trump delivered remarks to United States Military Personnel at Naval Air Station Sigonella to finish off his first trip abroad.
President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence are guided by 6-year-old Christian Jacobs, son of fallen U.S. Marine Sgt. Christopher Jacobs, to his father’s grave during Memorial Day ceremonies, Monday, May 29, 2017, at the Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Va. (Official White House Photo by Shealah Craighead)
WHAT WE ARE READING
«If we stay with Obamacare, within a few years tens of millions will have no insurance at all that is even remotely affordable. Aetna, Humana, and other major insurers in just recent months have fled Obamacare.» – Washington Times
«Obamacare is wrecking individual and small group markets. This year, premium cost increases in the individual markets are averaging 25%, and the thousands of dollars in deductibles are breathtaking. Many middle-class folks in these markets are stuck paying the equivalent of a second mortgage.» – USA Today
«A recent report from the federal Department of Health and Human Services, which found the cost of the average policy on the federal Obamacare exchanges used in 39 states increased 105 percent between 2013 and 2017.» – The Oklahoman