Most Republicans hope the president will drop the idea of trying to come up with a replacement for Obamacare, which the GOP has failed to accomplish for nearly a decade.
Donald Trump is making a new push to repeal Obamacare, blindsiding many GOP lawmakers. Joy Reid and her panel discuss the 21 million people who could lose their healthcare if Obamacare is repealed.
If a person were to get all of their political information from Fox News — take, for example, the president of the United States — that person could very well believe that the most potent threat to America’s delicate democracy is not the rise in white supremacist violence within its borders nor the alleged electoral interference from without. Enemy number one has been anointed, and it’s Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
Fox News’ fixation with Ocasio-Cortez is undeni...
Protecting the Affordable Care Act helped Democrats win the House majority last year, and several freshmen owe their seats, in part, to Republicans’ ill-fated effort to gut the law.
The administration says it won't defend the Affordable Care Act because it's unconstitutional. The Obama administration made a similar argument when it declined to defend the Defense of Marriage Act.
The move came two days after a federal court blocked similar requirements in Arkansas and Kentucky and reaffirmed the administration’s conservative priorities.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) announced Friday that the House will vote on a resolution next week condemning the Trump administration's efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA)."This week, the Trump Admini...
President Donald Trump wants to make the Republicans “the party of health care.” But GOP lawmakers are not eager to draft a plan to replace Obamacare.
Democrats see a potential political opening in Trump’s renewal of attempts to kill Obamacare and to enact broad cuts to health-care spending and other popular programs.