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President turns the heat up on Senate Republicans at White House luncheon
Trump says senators should not leave for August break until health care bill is passed.
'Briefing Room': Spicer says Russia meeting was about adoptions
ABC News' White House producers and reporters break down today's press briefing.
Efforts to repeal and replace Obamacare are fracturing
After a failed first attempt, two centrist Republicans introduce a new plan.
Trump promises 'great, great surprise' health care package
Sen. Schumer calls on president Trump to discuss a bipartisan health care bill.
Senate vote to advance GOP health care bill is postponed
Senate Republican leaders postponed a procedural vote amid a lack of sufficient support; Trump met with GOP senators at the White House.
Vote on Senate health care bill delayed amid lack of support
A major reversal and we're delaying the process so that we can close those remaining issues senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says there will not be a vote on health care before July 4. We will not be on the bill. This week but we're still working toward. Getting apparently. Fifty people at a
22 million people would lose health insurance under Senate bill
you could come up with, the senate health care plan -- is in critical condition. Right now -- no, really. It will have to go to the emergency room. It's in the emergency room now. The congressional budget office says it will probably leave about 22 million more people without insurance. The
What's inside the Senate GOP health care bill
ABC News' Serena Marshall and Mary Bruce break down what is inside the Senate GOP health care bill.
GOP short of votes needed for Senate health care bill
Senate Republicans are far short of the votes needed to pass the bill before the July 4th recess as the Congressional Budget Office projects 22 million more Americans will be uninsured over the next decade under the proposed bill.
New health care plan could leave millions uninsured
Senate Republicans' new proposed plan could leave 22 million more Americans uninsured over the next decade, 15 million more uninsured next year alone.