The CBO analysis on Graham-Cassidy may go down as the final death blow to the Republican efforts to repeal Obamacare, as the initial report found that millions and millions would lose their health insurance, and more Americans would lack comprehensive coverage.
Mitch McConnell just can't stop losing, as the CBO found that 22 million people would still lose their health insurance under his revised Obamacare repeal and replace bill.
It was Trump who pushed for Senate Republicans to vote on a repeal only bill, and the CBO has released a new finding that 32 million Americans would lose their health insurance coverage under Trump's scheme.
The CBO found that the people who are going to be hit hardest by the Senate healthcare bill will be poorer Americans age 50-64.
The CBO score is in for the Senate health care bill and the results are not good for the American people as 22 million Americans would lose their coverage under Trumpcare.
Secretary of Health and Human Services Tom Price, who was in the upper tier of wealth among those in Congress, said the CBO is wrong about the impact of Trumpcare cutting $800 billion plus from Medicaid.
The CBO report is out on the House passed Trumpcare bill and the news is a nightmare for Republicans, as the CBO concluded that the number of uninsured in America would jump to 51 million under The American Health Care Act by 2026.
"I think if you read this entire report, I'm pretty encouraged by it. And it actually exceeded my expectations."
"They should abolish the Congressional Budget Office. It is corrupt. It is dishonest," Gingrich said.
With even the most extreme conservatives opposing this plan, Republicans are miles away from repealing the Affordable Care Act.
HHS Secretary Tom Price responded to the CBO report on Trumpcare by the disputing the numbers and then asking Democrats to help the struggling White House kill health care for 24 million people.
The CBO numbers are simply devastating to the Republican claim that people would not lose their health insurance under the Obamacare replacement.
Sen. Bernie Sanders blasted an idea from Paul Ryan and other House Republicans that would justify their tax cuts for the wealthy by cooking the books and rigging how costs are counted in legislation.
Paul Ryan is quietly working behind the scenes to make sure the next head of the Congressional Budget Office (CBO), Congress's objective eye in all matters concerning fiscal policy, is an ardent proponent of the Koch's Americans for Prosperity economic agenda.