This week's epic failure to pass any repeal and replace legislation won't be the last effort by Donald Trump and Republicans to dismantle former President Obama's signature achievement.
Trump repeated the lie that the Affordable Care Act is "imploding" and issued a threat to end payments that keep health care costs down.
"One of the failures was the president never laid out a plan or his core principles and never sold them to the American people," the Republican said.
Outside of the White House and the halls of Congress, it's clear that people of all political persuasions recognize how devastating this repeal plan would be to millions of Americans.
The "skinny" repeal that is gaining steam may have a cute name, but it would cause a humanitarian crisis and leave millions of Americans without the care they need.
Republicans are admitting that they don't know what they're voting on – and the legislation could still pass.
Every American wished Sen. McCain well when the sad news of his cancer diagnosis broke last week. When he returns to Washington on Tuesday, he should vote to return the favor.
Every major piece of legislation is fundamentally more than a collection of policy provisions, it is a reflection of the deepest moral values of our country.
"President Trump, I will tell you, you will get it, don't worry about it," Trump told the crowd aboard the USS Gerald R. Ford.
This is a President of the United States who is unwilling or unable to accept criticism or responsibility for his own failures.
The Speaker said more Americans will be without insurance because it's what they want, not because the GOP health care plan is bad.
The president and his GOP allies in Congress just can't accept the fact that America isn't buying what they're selling.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) used an appearance on ABC's The View to thank every American who stood up, fought back, and refused to allow Republicans to take healthcare away from 22 million Americans.
"These protests have been relentless," Maddow said. "They've had a huge victory just tonight."
The American people rate Trump's performance on health care worse than any other issue facing the country.
This is a huge loss for the president and a monumental victory for the vast majority of Americans who believe health care shouldn't be a privilege for the healthy and the wealthy, but a right for all.
Eight to 10 Republican senators have serious concerns about Republican healthcare legislation to dismantle and replace Obamacare, moderate Republican Senator Susan Collins, who opposes the bill, said on Sunday.
If Republicans in Congress wanted to demonstrate that indeed all lives mattered to them they would not be making drastic cuts to Medicaid, the largest insurance provider in the country.
The best way to get under Donald Trump's very thin skin is to mock and ridicule him, and it appears Democrats have no problem doing just that.
The Republican health care bill will cause at least 22 million people to lose their insurance, and others will have to pay more while getting less, but according to the Americans For Tax Fairness, the top 8 insurance corporations will get a $72 billion tax cut.