By Yasmeen Abutaleb and Steve Holland WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Donald Trump on Wednesday said he expects major drug companies to slash prices on their products in two weeks, but did not provide details on which companies would do so or how such reductions would be made. Health care lobbyists in Washington said they were caught by surprise and had no idea what Trump was talking about. A Health and Human Services Department (HHS) spokeswoman said the agency had nothing else to share on Trump’s comments because it didn’t want to get ahead of any announcements.
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Sarah Sanders, the White House press secretary, choked up as she was asked about school shootings by a 13-year-old boy. Benje Choucroun, a student journalist, was reporting for 'TIME for Kids' at the daily White House press briefing. He asked: "We recently had a lockdown drill. One thing that affects my and other students' mental health is the worry about the fact that we or our friends could get shot at school. "Specifically can you tell me what the administration has done and will do about these senseless tragedies?" Mrs Sanders, who has three young children, appeared visibly emotional, and her voice cracked several times as she replied. White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders stands with her two sons William and George while taking questions from children during Take Your Child To Work Day, April 26 Credit: Mark Wilson/Getty She said: "I think that, as a kid, and certainly as a parent, there is nothing that could be more terrifying for a kid to go to school and not feel safe so I'm sorry that you feel that way. "This administration takes it seriously, and the school safety commission that the president convened is meeting this week again, an official meeting, to discuss the best ways forward and how we can do every single thing within our power to protect kids in our schools, and to make them feel safe, and to make their parents feel good about dropping them off."
The ‘Musaharati’ play music to awaken Muslims who need to eat ahead of a new day of fasting. Now they claim complaints from a few Jewish families prompted police to detain them and issue fines