The midterm elections are November 6th.
Has Trump 'chipped away' at the Affordable Care Act, as he has promised?
Trump signed an executive order halting cost-sharing reduction payments that intended to help low-income Americans get healthcare.
The rollback aims to make it easier for employers to object for moral or religious reasons.
"Like the disastrous House proposal, this bill will strip coverage from millions of New Yorkers, cost New York State billions of dollars, and devastate our health care system," Cuomo said.
'We couldn’t get one Democratic vote and we were a little bit shy, very little,' Trump told a Washington Post reporter.
"We're just angry constituents who want him to talk to us, and he could do that with a town hall. If he's holding out for universal approval, he's in the wrong line of work."
Like that old saying goes: you can take the Bernie Sanders out of Larry David, but you can't take the Larry David out of Bernie Sanders.
"A tax credit that small helps cover your health insurance the way a thong covers your dad’s ass. It doesn't, and there's something that is fundamentally wrong about that."
"Congratulations on dealing with MS," Cruz said. "It's a terrible disease and congratulations on your struggles dealing with it."
"Republicans want to forget that the whole reason we have Obamacare in the first place is because health care sucked before."
"This is our opportunity to help the president-elect and vice president-elect keep their campaign promises and show to the American people that elections have consequences," said Mississippi Senator Roger Wicker.
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