Published: Mon, May 08, 2017
World | By Tasha Manning

Australia has "better health care than we do"

"They said we had a rough phone call, we really didn't have a rough call, did we?"

You don't have to actually deny something, just call it fake news. That was a big exaggeration.

Trump regaled the crowd with stories about how he agreed to give the Fox News owner cash for a US-Australia charity.

President Donald Trump has a way with words, you could say: he's especially skilled at inadvertently blurting out opinions on subjects he apparently knows nothing about.

Mr Trump also described Australia as one of the most handsome places in the world.

MR TRUMP, on media reports about the phone call.

After the conversation, Trump took his frustrations to Twitter, writing, "Do you believe it?"

"Everyone's talking about this phone call".

Sanders, the Vermont independent who sought the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination, tweeted in response Friday: "Yes, Mr. Trump, the Australian health care system is a lot better than ours and infinitely better than the disastrous bill you supported". "This involves cooperating to fight ISIS and other terrorist groups, and shaping a more peaceful Asia-Pacific, including by addressing the threat posed by North Korea", the White House said in a statement.

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Mr Trump is also expected to sign a one trillion U.S. dollar bill funding the government through September.

"It's all worked out", Trump said. "Thank goodness, it's true we had a very nice phone call".

However, during a speech later in the evening, he admitted it "got a little bit testy".

The House GOP's health care bill faces an uncertain future in the U.S. Senate, where senators have indicated they may make significant changes.

"It's going to be fantastic health care", Trump said, referring to his new health care plan. Trump said the pair had a "productive discussion" about efforts between the US and Australia on issues such as national security, trade, immigration and economic cooperation. The official denied it was a "snub".

He continued: "Let's take a look at the Australian healthcare system".

Curran said Thursday's meeting was the "ideal venue" to put the issue over the January call to bed, and dismissed concerns the delayed meeting would be another blow to relations.

Trump said he was "so confident" that the measure would pass the Senate and vowed that premiums and deductibles would come down.

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