Paul Ryan: I don't want to work with Democrats on health care

Trump's top health official gets bipartisan grilling

Paul Ryan: I don't want to work with Democrats on health care

To correct this administrative flaw, Brat said the House Freedom Caucus is putting its own positions in writing. I want us to become a unified majority, and that means we're going to sit down and talk things out until we get there.

The poll further found that more 60 percent of Americans would like to see Trump Congress and Congress move away from health care, though 54 percent of Republicans would like to see another attempt at a health care bill.

Iowa Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley said he doesn't think the White House should release legislative text for a tax plan.

A House Freedom Caucus member is defending the group's opposition to the failed GOP health care bill.

So with four weeks to go, Trump and Republican leaders are trying to salvage priorities like his wall along the Mexico border and immediate increases in defense spending without stumbling into a politically toxic government shutdown in another month.

"I don't want that to happen. If they need help, we will be there to help them, but no more free ride'".

When almost half of all pregnancies are unplanned, according to the Guttmacher Institute, this makes the need for quality - and affordable - prenatal and maternity care so essential.

Washington has already told the states that they are free to change rules for Medicaid recipients.

House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) told a conference call of House Republicans that he no longer would campaign for Trump.

Ryan, in an interview with CBS that aired Thursday, said he fears that "if we don't do this, then he'll just go work with Democrats to try and change Obamacare".

A looming push to overhaul the US tax code could include the repeal of Obamacare taxes left intact by last week's collapse of the Republican healthcare bill, the Senate's top Republican on tax policy said on Wednesday.

President Donald Trump's administration wants to make clear it is doing "everything in our power" to dismantle the Affordable Care Act, the law known as Obamacare. If they can't get everything they want, they seem to have concluded, they'll take nothing.

"If this Republican Congress allows the flawless to become the enemy of the good, I worry we'll push the President to working with Democrats. We must fight them, & Dems, in 2018!"

Last Friday, House Republicans couldn't muster the votes for their marquee legislation to repeal and replace the health care law and pulled it off the floor in an embarrassing setback for Trump and Speaker Paul Ryan.

Rep. Mark Amodei, R-Nev., a centrist who opposed last week's bill, said he is not against revisiting repeal of Obamacare, but not "if it's just kind of the same thing warmed up".

"Members of the Democratic caucus remain ready and willing to work with you on policies that would improve the stability of the individual insurance market", the senators write in the letter shared with The Washington Post.

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