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Passing 100-day mark, Trump offers mixed signals on healthcare, taxes and North Korea

Passing 100-day mark, Trump offers mixed signals on healthcare, taxes and North Korea

President Trump pushed past his first tumultuous 100 days in office by calling for action Sunday on three of his administration’s top priorities — North Korea, healthcare and tax reform — but gave mixed signals on each of them.

Trump described North Korea's mercurial leader Kim Jong Un as a “pretty smart cookie.” Undercutting a key campaign pledge, Trump suggested possible cuts to Medicare by curbing “abuses." And he declared that the top Democrat in the Senate, who has derided Trump’s tax proposal as a boon for the wealthy, was “making a fool of himself."

Vice President Mike Pence separately acknowledged on NBC’s “Meet the Press" that a sweeping White House...

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