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Trump to return to social media on ‘his own platform’ in 2-3 months

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Former President Donald Trump is returning to social media. Only this time, it will be on his terms. Adviser Jason Miller revealed the plans on Fox News, saying his boss will be back on social media in a matter of months. Trump will reemerge on his own platform, Miller added.

Miller said the move will “redefine the game.”

“I do think that we’re going to see President Trump returning to social media in probably about two or three months here, with his own platform,” Miller said.

“And this is something that I think will be the hottest ticket in social media, it’s going to completely redefine the game, and everybody is going to be waiting and watching to see what exactly President Trump does,” he added.

The former president and Twitter icon was booted from the platform following the Jan. 6 riots. He also lost access to Facebook (Instagram), Snapchat, and many other lesser platforms.

Miller told Fox News that Trump held several “high-powered meetings” with different companies that approached him to create a new social media site.

“This new platform is going to be big,” Miller said, predicting the site may draw “tens of millions” of users.

Miller also told Fox News Trump will continue to issue endorsements of candidates across the country, including one to be announced Monday.

“Pay attention to Georgia tomorrow, on Monday. There’s a big endorsement that’s coming that’s going to really shake things up in the political landscape in Georgia. It’s big, it’s coming tomorrow, and just be sure to tune in,” Miller said.

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CA to provide all low-income illegal immigrants health care at a cost of ‘$2.7 billion a year’

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On Thursday, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed a $307.9 billion operating budget “that pledges to make all low-income adults eligible for the state’s Medicaid program by 2024 regardless of their immigration status” reports the Associated Press.

The guarantee of free health care for low-income immigrants here illegally, is a “move that will provide coverage for an additional 764,000 people at an eventual cost of about $2.7 billion a year” adds the AP.

According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, a health care nonprofit, people living in the country illegally in 2020 accounted for roughly 7% of the population nationwide, or about 22.1 million people. The border crisis and number of migrants entering the United States illegally has skyrocketed to historic levels since 2020 when President Joe Biden took office.

Medicaid nationwide is the current combination of federal and state governments assisting Americans and low-income adults and children to receive free health care, but the federal government does not cover those living here illegally.

“Some states, including California, have used their own tax dollars to cover a portion of health care expenses for some low-income immigrants” reports the AP. “Now, California wants to be the first to do that for everyone.”

“This will represent the biggest expansion of coverage in the nation since the start of the Affordable Care Act in 2014,” said Anthony Wright, executive director of Health Access California, a statewide consumer health care advocacy group. “In California we recognize (that) everybody benefits when everyone is covered.”

While 92% of Californians currently have some form of health insurance, “that will change once this budget is fully implemented, as adults living in the country illegally make up one of the largest groups of people without insurance in the state” the AP concludes.

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