According to reporters in Washington, President Donald Trump has apparently thrown in the towel on negotiations over the American Health Care Act and just wants a vote on the House floor tomorrow and will move on.
The GOP has delayed a vote on the health care bill intended to repeal and replace Obamacare. The American Healthcare Act (dubbed "Trumpcare") did not have the necessary votes to pass the House.
Rep. Quigley, D-Ill., and Mieke Eoyang discuss the day's double-barrel headlines: the GOP's cancelled vote on healthcare and the investigation into Russia.
To appease the Freedom Caucus, Repeal and Replace became more conservative overnightand moderates are jumping ship.
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Despite threats from President Donald Trump and the pleas of House Speaker Paul Ryan, Republican leadership has failed to forge a deal that would get the GOP healthcare bill passed. … Click to Continue »
However, despite the bill being costlier, the agency is still showing the same number of people who will lose health coverage under the new bill if it replaces Obamacare as the law of the land.
Republican U.S. Representative Mo Brooks said he believed up to 40 Republicans still opposed their party's healthcare legislation on Thursday, while the chairman of the House of Representatives Ways and Means committee said he was not sure when a vote would be taken. Show More Summary
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All tea, all shade. We haven't seen a party this indecisive since we started picking out outfits for our upcoming Goth Opera.
Bernie Sanders was interviewed by Mrs. Greenspan today. ON ACHA: Let's also not forget, Andrea that we have a president -- I know I will shock your viewers by suggesting he doesn't always tell the truth. But this is a guy who campaigned by saying I'm going to provide health care to all Americans. Show More Summary
Paul Ryan introducing the American Health Care Act earlier this month. (Screen shot via CSPAN) A national poll conducted by Quinnipiac University found a majority of American voters disapprove of the GOP’s new proposal the American Health...Show More Summary
If you’re one of the millions of people who stands to lose their healthcare when Congress destroys the Affordable Care Act, you’re probably wondering what you can do to stay healthy! Well, don’t worry, comedians Brandt Hamilton and Lauren...Show More Summary
Just as many people will be uninsured and premiums will rise before they fall.
By Susan Cornwell and Yasmeen Abutaleb WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump tried to rally Republican lawmakers behind a plan to dismantle Obamacare on Tuesday as U.S. stock markets showed their worst one-day performance since the November election. Show More Summary
The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office released its revised estimate for the Republican healthcare bill on Thursday, and it could put House GOP leaders on even worse footing than the office's original assessment. The report from...Show More Summary
President Donald Trump met with a group of truckers and CEOs at the White House on Thursday afternoon, ostensibly to discuss healthcare and the photos are... something. Many of the photos feature Trump hanging out in the driver’s seat...Show More Summary
By David Morgan and Susan Cornwell WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump and Republican congressional leaders appeared on Wednesday to be losing the battle to get enough support in the House of Representatives to pass their Obamacare rollback bill, watched by wary investors in financial markets. Show More Summary
With his healthcare bill running out of gas, President Trump is trying to keep on truckin’.
Craig Moss was an ardent Trump supporter. He went to many rallies, even sang songs for him. He was all in, until the cruel Trumpcare plan was introduced. Then things changed. Moss believed in Trump because he believed he was going to do something about the epidemic of opioid addiction, which killed his 24-year old son in 2014. Show More Summary