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(Reuters) – Highlight of the day for the administration of US President Donald Trump on Tuesday:

HEALTH CARE

Trump is meeting briefly with Republicans in Congress to solidify support for a plan to reform Obamacare’s healthcare bill with a partial replacement, the biggest legislative effort of his presidency so far.

SUPREME COURT

Neil Gorsuch, chosen by Trump on the Supreme Court, says he will have no problem ruling against the president as he tries to defend his independence amid concerns from Democrats that he would be in debt to the man who nominated him.

TILLERSON

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson plans to skip a meeting with NATO foreign ministers next month to stay home for a visit by China’s president and will go to Russia in late April, US officials say, a Itinerary that the Allies may consider prioritizing Moscow. about them.

NUCLEAR ARMS

The Trump administration will review whether the United States will reaffirm the goal of a world without nuclear weapons as part of its reassessment of US nuclear policy, says the White House‘s top nuclear policy adviser.

NORTH KOREA

The Trump administration is considering broad sanctions aimed at isolating North Korea from the global financial system as part of a broad review of measures to counter Pyongyang’s nuclear and missile threat, a senior US official said.

SECURITY

The Trump administration confirms that it is imposing restrictions on electronic devices carried by travelers arriving in the United States from 10 airports, mainly in the Middle East and North Africa, in response to unspecified terrorist threats.

BRITTANY

British Prime Minister Theresa May, who has been criticized by the opposition for not pressuring Trump on controversial issues during a trip to Washington, told a magazine: “I like to think that we get along.”

CANADA

The Canadian government, under pressure from domestic steel companies, is expressing concern to US officials about a proposed Buy America policy that could cause large job losses in Canada, the sources say.

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