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The president has realized that he doesn’t actually need to repeal Obamacare to slash taxes, as Paul Ryan had suggested.
Get to know these phrases: “facially legitimate” and “bona fide reason.”
The Trump aide has told associates he’s unhappy with the bill and is already distancing himself from it.
This week in Trump’s America: The president is flailing. But how he will respond to his setbacks is far from certain.
It’s not clear what House Republicans will do.
State Department likely to give the okay by the end of the week.
Ethics experts will not be pleased with this decision.
After a “final offer” to House conservatives failed, Trump and Ryan may be back to square one with a divided GOP and no clear path forward.
With the White House still struggling to win over wary conservatives, some GOP lawmakers say they don’t expect Trumpcare to get a vote until Friday.
The former president is pushing back against claims that the ACA is a disaster.
But some moderate Democrats are reportedly willing to support Trump’s Supreme Court nominee for the right price.
As the House prepares for a long night of whipping on Trumpcare, bad memories return of a Medicare Part D vote that haunts conservatives to this day.
Even if the House Intelligence Chair’s allegations are true, they do not remotely vindicate the president’s “wiretap” claims.
The driver’s car reportedly contained a gun and knives.
An obstruction-free vote this time in exchange for a guarantee the filibuster will remain in effect if Trump gets another SCOTUS pick.
The suspect is believed to be behind many of the threats in the U.S. and abroad.
The Islamic State has also claimed that a “solider of the caliphate” carried out the attack.
Denis Voronenkov was set to testify in a treason case against former Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych.
The president pauses his attack on truth to attack the idea of truth.
Last-minute concessions yielded another moderate “no,” and no firm support from the conservatives.