Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer (D-N.Y.) on Oct. 17 said Senate Republicans want to use a “meat-ax” to cut Medicare and Medicaid through the GOP budget proposal.
Trump says insurers have 'made a fortune' on Obamacare. He doesn't seem to understand causation.
President Trump on Oct. 17 repeated that Obamacare is "virtually dead," and said that block grants are the path forward.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Two U.S. senators on Tuesday announced a bipartisan breakthrough to shore up Obamacare, an agreement that would revive federal subsidies for health insurers, and President Donald Trump voiced support for the deal.
During a joint White House news conference with the prime minister of Greece on Tuesday, President Trump was asked an extremely basic question about his health care plan. He responded with a lengthy, incoherent word salad.
Trump was responding to Fox News’ John Roberts, who noted that Trump’s efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act through legislation have failed, and then asked him, “I’m wondering, at this point, what is your health care plan, sir?”<...
The president held a press conference with Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, discussing the U.S.-Greece relationship, Obamacare and more.
Sens. Lamar Alexander and Patty Murray have reached a deal "in principle" to restore Obamacare cost-sharing reduction payments for two years in exchange for more state flexibility in Obamacare, according to two Senate aides.
President Trump lashed out at the Affordable Care Act on Oct. 17, saying "it's in its final legs."
Sens. Lamar Alexander (R-TN) and Patty Murray (D-WA) have reached a deal on “a short-term limited plan to stabilize health care markets,” Alexander announced Tuesday afternoon.
Alexander, the chair of the Senate Health Committee, said there was no guarantee from Senate Leadership that the bill would go to the floor for a vote, but that Alexander and Murray, the ranking member on the Senate Health Committee, were going to round up co-sponsors and then present the bill to Senate Major...
The president acknowledged at a White House press conference Tuesday that senators have been working on a deal to stabilize health care markets