Plenty of fingers are being pointed after Friday’s abrupt end to Republicans’ effort to repeal the Affordable Care Act. After blaming Democrats on Friday, President Trump on Sunday took aim at hard-right-wing conservatives who didn’t back the plan, depriving the GOP of the votes it needed to pass...
"I’m guessing they have had a number of long days and potentially sleepless nights." The government lawyers behind the efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act and replace it with the American Health Care Act have had a rough go of things. Show More Summary
LONDON — Shockwaves from President Donald Trump's failure to overhaul the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, hit the markets on Monday. Investors were concerned that President Trump won't be able to cut taxes and increaseShow More Summary
The Republicans’ failed strategy to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act is puzzling. Knowing that a more conservative health-care bill would be dead on arrival in the Senate, why did President Trump and House Speaker Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.) seek the votes of the House Freedom Caucus (HFC), a group of about 30 […]
New York Times: “Mr. Trump’s inability to make good on his promise to repeal the Affordable Care Act has made the already daunting challenge of tax reform even more difficult. Not only has Mr. Trump’s aura of political invincibility been [...]
The Republicans’ failure to replace the Affordable Care Act has cast doubt on the party’s ability to reach deals on its other priorities.
After the stunning ineptness with which Republicans presented their bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act, a bill doomed less by its promise to strip insurance from 24 million Americans for the sake of another tax cut than by Republican...Show More Summary
The divisions cost the party its best chance to fulfill a seven-year promise to undo Obama's Affordable Care Act and cast doubt on whether the Republican-led Congress can do the monumental — the first overhaul of the nation's tax system...Show More Summary
It’s President Donald Trump ’s health care system now. The question is: What’s he going to do with it? After the collapse of the GOP effort to repeal the Barack Obama administrations’s Affordable Care Act and enact a different set of...Show More Summary
The Affordable Care Act overcame the tea party protests of 2009 and the Democrats losing their filibuster-proo f Senate majority in 2010. It survived two challenges in front of the Supreme Court and the calamitous rollout of healthcare.gov. Now...Show More Summary
Still smarting from the failure to “repeal and replace” the Affordable Care Act, President Donald Trump took to Twitter Saturday and Sunday to attack fellow Republicans for not getting the job done. Sunday morning, Trump launched a broadside against the ultra-conservative Freedom Caucus...
It’s time for Democrats to look at Hillary Clinton’s plan to fix the Affordable Care Act (ACA) colloquially known as Obamacare. We know the ACA has issues. What Democrats need to do now that the Trump/Ryan repeal and replace plan went...Show More Summary
In the wake of the Republican failure to make good on the vow to repeal the Affordable Care Act, President Trump and congressional leaders find themselves at a crossroads.
When Louisiana resident Andrea Mongler wrote to her senator, Bill Cassidy, in support of the Affordable Care Act, she wasn’t surprised to get an email back detailing the law’s faults. Cassidy, a Republican who is also a physician, has been a vocal critic. “Obamacare” he wrote in January, “does not lower costs or improve quality, […]
Small-business owners have been among the Affordable Care Act’s most vocal opponents, but demolishing it without putting new guardrails in place is not, for most, the ideal outcome.
A day after “The Closer” failed to deliver the votes for his long-promised repeal of the Affordable Care Act and slunk away to lay the blame on Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer, President Trump made a curious (and possibly illegal) tweet in which he encouraged the American people to watch a Fox News program. Watch... Read more »
Fox's Judge Jeannine Pirro held nothing back on Saturday night when she called on Paul Ryan to resign as House Speaker over the failed attempt to replace the Affordable Care Act this week.
New reports suggest that White House strategic advisor Steve Bannon is telling Donald Trump to take names for everyone who stopped the president from replacing the Affordable Care Act yesterday.
WASHINGTON ? In the wake of the Republican failure to repeal the Affordable Care Act on Friday, leading figures in the progressive wing of the Democratic Party are rallying behind a single-payer health insurance and a raft of other bold...Show More Summary
Yesterday, House Republicans failed to find enough votes to pass their Affordable Care Act replacement. It was a very good day for the millions of Americans projected to lose their coverage under the GOP plan. But let’s be clear: Obamacare is not safe.