The new health care legislation, which Republicans are now working to ram through the Senate, gives states the option of not covering pre-existing conditions.
Republicans are trying to distract people from hating their healthcare bill by blaming Hillary Clinton.
Fox News has spent years demonizing Obamacare, but President Obama is finally getting his revenge as a new poll shows support for Obamacare has grown by 11 points in the last year.
The Fox News argument for the Republican health care bill is that we're all going to die anyway, so who needs healthcare?
Republicans took to the Sunday shows and came up with a lie that they thought no one would notice. From Trump HHS Secretary Tom Price to sitting US Senators like Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania, Republicans are lying and claiming that no one will lose their health insurance under Trumpcare.
Republicans complained about the individual mandate in the ACA for seven years, but on Monday, they are going to put a provision in their bill requiring people to buy their crappy no coverage health insurance. The problem is that adding a requirement for coverage would violate the reconciliation rules and for the bill to need 60 votes to pass.
Hillary Clinton is free of political life and speaking her mind. Clinton spoke the blunt truth and said Republicans would be known as the death party if Trumpcare becomes law.
Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) is calling the Republican health care bill what it really is. Franken described the bill as a thinly disguised tax cut for billionaires.
Senate Republicans are going to be done writing their health care bill tonight, but they are refusing to release it to the public yet because they think it would be stupid to let the American people see it this soon.
In a speech on the Senate floor, Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) took apart the lies that make up the Republican health care bill that is being negotiated behind closed doors.
The most powerful Republican committee chairman in the House, Appropriations Chairman Rodney Frelinghuysen (R-NJ) has announced that he will vote no on the Republican health care bill, as Trump's first piece of major legislation takes another step towards defeat.
Republicans are in a full blown panic, and warning that Democrats will win back Congress in 2018 if their health care bill fails to pass.
There is a secret tax in the Republican health care bill that GOP supporters are trying to keep hidden. Older Americans are going to pay an increasing in premiums that amounts to a 20%-25% tax on their health insurance.