President Trump said Friday that the White House has “learned a lot about loyalty and the vote getting process” following its failure of a Republican-backed bill that would have made good on a campaign promise to repeal and replace ObamaCare.
A federal inspector general has launched an inquiry into the Trump administration’s decision to pull advertising for HealthCare.gov in the closing stretch of this year’s sign-up season, according to a letter made public Friday.
This is the truth: the Freedom Caucus has breathed new life into the demolished Democratic Party.
A picture tweeted out by Vice President Mike Pence is drawing criticism from Democrats for its lack of diversity.
Just one year ago, as Donald Trump’s Republican primary opponents were uniformly dropping out of the 2016 Presidential race, many long-time party members feared their party’s presumptive nominee would be unable to unite the party by Election Day.
In a last-minute bid to ensure the success of the American Health Care Act, Republican congressional leaders and the Trump Administration have backed a provision that would repeal one of ObamaCare’s most significant regulations, its “essential health benefits” requirement.
Rep. Mark Meadows and Sens. Ted Cruz and Mike Lee, among congressional Republicans skeptical about the GOP’s ObamaCare replacement plan, met this weekend with key figures in President Trump’s effort to pass and sign the legislation.
The Congressional Budget Office’s estimate of how the American Health Care Act will impact the economy and our insurance markets is simply absurd.
As a staunch conservative and loyal supporter of President Trump from the very beginning, I am outraged by the events of the last two weeks.
Raising a political problem as much as a financial one, newly released budget estimates show elderly Americans could be hit hard by premium hikes under Republicans’ ObamaCare repeal bill — affecting a key constituency for President Trump.