"Donald Trump no more knows anything about the insurance company than the man on the moon. So, you know, this is silly. This is typical Trump. He gets upset about something, he reacts."
If there was ever a moment when we should put Trump's erratic behavior on the back burner and focus on a really important policy issue, now would be it.
The latest move shows that Donald Trump will do anything – even sabotage a health care law that millions of Americans rely on – if it destroys any part of Barack Obama's legacy.
Schumer told the president that Obamacare repeal is "off the table" and he should join other Republicans who are working with Democrats to improve the existing law.
Poor Mike Pence. Trump’s tantrums over the repeated failed efforts to pass increasingly barbaric versions of Trumpcare, must be getting on his nerves.
"Every major health organization in this country ... thinks that their proposal is a disaster," Sanders said, standing right next to Sens. Graham and Cassidy.
The latest attempt by the GOP to replace Obamacare has nothing to do with providing coverage for American citizens. Members of the Republican Party are simply trying to save their political careers as opposed to saving the lives of the constituents that they serve.
Instead of using taxpayer dollars to enrich himself, perhaps Tom Price – and his boss – should use the funds to improve the lives of the people they are supposed to be serving.
As Price squanders U.S. taxpayer funds for his expensive private flights, he and his boss are working tirelessly to take health insurance away from millions of Americans.
Republican efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act aren't just impractical, but they are cruel.
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.
"I think we will have anywhere from – literally, by rule – 90 seconds to two minutes of debate on this legislation. Now that is an abomination, that is legislative malpractice."
"[The process for the Cassidy-Graham bill] is better but it's not what the Senate is supposed to be doing," he said. "Is it better to be guilty of murder or train robbery?"
Senate Democratic Leader Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) is sounding the alarm to all Americans that Trumpcare is back and this time, they want to take away healthcare from even more Americans.
With the end of September marching closer and 2018 around the bend, Republicans are still unlikely to pass any bill to repeal and replace a law that has saved lives. In other words, the Affordable Care Act is here to stay.
The move by top Democrats sets up a stark contrast between themselves and Donald Trump ahead of the 2020 election.
The White House wants to see the plan approved by Congress, but not even GOP leadership is interested in pushing the measure through.
It probably didn't take long for Tom Price to regret his decision to participate in the baseball tradition.
The poll released Monday showed Trump's approval rating at the lowest level in any survey released since he took office.
Six months into the Trump administration, the GOP tune is changing as the president's incompetence, corruption, and unfitness has thrown the entire Republican agenda into a dumpster and set it ablaze.