Of all of the pressing issues facing the country, Republicans in the U.S. Senate have focused on one issue that is most important to them. They are asking that the new U.S. senator appointed by Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey help them by supporting legislation to repeal the Affordable Care Act, also known as the ACA, or Obamacare.
After Republicans may have destroyed their chances of keeping the House in 2018 by including a repeal of the ACA individual mandate in the tax cut bill, Trump's White House now says it's no big deal if Obamacare repeal isn't included in the bill.
Senate Republicans will add a measure that repeals the individual mandate and cost millions their health insurance to the already unpopular bill cutting taxes for the rich.
Donald Trump's attempts to sabotage Obamacare are about to be dealt a fatal blow as the Senate is on the verge of announcing a bipartisan deal to stabilize the insurance markets.
The Senators behind Graham-Cassidy issued a statement warning that it is not a matter if their deadly legislation replaces Obamacare, but when it will replace Obamacare.
Sen. Susan Collins came strongly out against Graham-Cassidy and became the third Republican no for the legislation, which effectively kills the bill.
During a radio interview, Trump repeatedly proclaimed that Obamacare repeal is dead because at least two Republicans are going to vote against it. The President appeared not to understand that his own vice president can break a tie in the Senate.
Senate Republicans have rewritten their unpopular Graham-Cassidy healthcare bill to increase their bribe to Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski.
During a gaggle with reporters, Trump claimed that repealing Obamacare was never his top priority, which was a clear signal that Republicans still don't have the votes to repeal Obamacare.
On CNN's State Of The Union, Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) said it was hard for her to see how she could vote for Graham-Cassidy.
Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT) warned Republicans that if they try to bring up Graham-Cassidy for a vote, he has 100 amendments ready to go that will keep the debate going until the reconciliation language expires on September 30.
At a town hall in Iowa, Republican Sen. Joni Ernst admitted that it is unlikely that the Senate will vote on the Republican Graham-Cassidy healthcare bill.
Republicans aren't even hiding it. They are trying to bribe Sen. Lisa Murkowski by letting Alaska keep Obamacare if she will vote to destroy the healthcare system for the rest of the US.
Just like he has done two times before, Donald Trump is once again promising that Obamacare repeal will pass. If it doesn't, prepare for an epic Trump meltdown.
Republicans Senators couldn't answer or dodged the question when they were asked if Obamacare repeal will make things better for the American people.
Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) urged Republicans to ditch their latest effort to repeal Obamacare and vowed to fight against the Graham-Cassidy bill that would rip healthcare away from millions of Americans.
As Republicans are trying to rush through their final effort to repeal Obamacare, Democratic Congressional leaders along with Independent Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) have asked for a full CBO score of the bill.
Sen. John McCain sent a signal that he is not going to support the latest Republican effort to repeal Obamacare by announcing his support for the bipartisan ACA fixes being worked on in the Senate.
Like a villain in a horror movie that appears one last time to wreak havoc, Republicans are again making one last attempt to inflict pain on millions.
Republicans are moving full steam ahead with a health care bill that is even worse than Obamacare repeal, and you need to make your voice heard to stop them.