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Key moments from Trump's comments to reporters

13 Agosto 2017

Several key congressional leaders say they have yet to hear from the White House on the administration's North Korea strategy as President Donald Trump has ratcheted up his rhetoric threatening "fire and fury". They range from Alaska and Arizona in the West to Florida, Virginia, Maryland and Massachusetts in the East. And on Friday evening he announced that "we're going to have a pretty big press conference on Monday".

I'm pleased that the president declared a national emergency. "This is an emergency".

A sitting president openly turning on a Senate majority leader of his own party in such a fashion is practically unheard of - yet another norm destroyed since Trump's rise on the political scene. "Prime's clients include some of New York's top hospitals, Fortune 500 companies, Banks, Financial Firms, Media and entertainment entities", reads the company's description on LinkedIn.

It also said that China and Russia should enhance coordination to let other parties know they would not stand aside should their security be threatened by the escalating tensions.

"I don't think there is a single policy at work", Ellen Frost, a longtime Asia specialist at the East-West Center, a Honolulu-based research organization, told the Times.

Palm Beach County, Fla., saw nearly 600 fatal overdoses last year, mostly related to opioids. It's a statement. It has nothing to do with dare.

"Today as I'm talking to you, we have over 200 people on a waiting list", he says. Now more than ever, we need to ensure that resources are available to help those struggling with opioid addiction, and Medicaid is the backbone to support these efforts. Taylor says he's hopeful President Trump's emergency declaration, when finalized, will free up more money to treat people in recovery from opioid addictions.

Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit How many individuals innocently became addicted because they were misinformed about the risk of addiction as opposed to those who became addicted because they consciously sought a relatively cheap high is not known and is perhaps unknowable and is, in any event immaterial, as whatever the patients' motivation, the prescribing physicians acted unethically and, perhaps, illegally.

But the president's acting drug czar Richard Baum said even with all of the attention on opioids, the crisis may get worse before it gets better.

Referring to the U.N. sanctions, he added that North Korea "will make the U.S. pay dearly for all the heinous crimes it commits against the state and people of this country".

CLAY STAMP: It's a call to order and a call to action.

"My portfolio, my mission, my responsibility is to have military options should they be needed". "For example, currently Medicaid can't reimburse drug treatment in large residential facilities (16 or more beds)". North Korea's Kim Jong-un has "been pushing the world around for a long time", and the now resolved to rein in his nuclear state ambitions. If it had been fired at a flatter trajectory - an easy adjustment to make - Chicago would have been in reach.

But in Portsmouth, Ware said the community had learned a tough lesson. These were drugs that were started as being prescribed by their physician to treat pain or a medical condition or after surgery.

More than 180,000 have died since 1999, including pop icon Prince, who passed away in April 2016 at age 57 after an accidental overdose of fentanyl, a powerful opioid painkiller. Washington and Seoul say the exercises are defensive in nature and crucial to maintaining a deterrent against North Korean aggression.

In addition, the newer messages are increasingly angry, according to an analysis of word-sentiments run through the R computer-programming language.

Key moments from Trump's comments to reporters