A reporter finally asked Trump to just explain his health care plan. His response was a train wreck.

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?”<...

BREAKING: Senators reach bipartisan deal to save key Obamacare subsidies

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...

Regulator points the finger directly at Trump after approving massive health care rate increase

For years, Republicans have criticized Obamacare for making health care too expensive, misleadingly claiming that the law has led to skyrocketing costs. But now, the insurance industry and state regulators are complaining that it’s actually President Trump’s actions that are directly responsible for raising premiums.

Days after President Trump signed an executive order to allow people to buy skimpier, cheaper health care plans and confirmed the federal government will st...

To sell his tax plan, Trump cites economist who helped wreck Kansas’ economy

While he was live-tweeting his favorite show on Monday morning, President Trump touted support that former Reagan administration Economic Policy Advisory Board member Art Laffer expressed for his tax cut proposal.

Art Laffer just said that he doesn't know how a Democrat could vote against the big tax cut/reform bill and live with themselves! @FoxNews

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 16, 2017

The plan, released last mo...

Trumpcare is here

Just two weeks after the Senate once again tried — and failed — to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, it’s become eminently clear that those failures don’t matter. Trumpcare has arrived.

On Thursday morning, President Trump signed an executive order that will allow people to buy stripped down health insurance plans if they’re unsatisfied with options offered on the Obamacare exchanges, and hours later the White House confirmed Trump will stop making critic...

‘It was a group of 13 men who did it’: Republican senator criticizes GOP health care reform efforts

During a Friday morning speech in which she announced she’ll forgo a run for governor and stay in the U.S. Senate, Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) criticized Senate Republican leadership for shutting women out of the process of developing health care legislation.

Amid a broader critique of the secretive process Republicans used in their failed attempts to repeal Obamacare earlier this year, Collins decried that “the Senate Republican health care bills were drafted behind close...