In an exchange with Jim Acosta, Trump shows he is as slippery as ever when it comes to taking responsibility for his message.
A bi-partisan group of women in Utah's Senate spontaneously walked out over the invasive restrictions on abortions proposed in the Senate's bill.
Al Franken on Jimmy Kimmel (Open thread)
"When so many people can't get the care they need even when they have insurance coverage, it says that insurance is not doing what it is supposed to do: ensure that healthcare is affordable when you need it."
Of course, the Trump administration thinks hurting poor people's healthcare is a political win.
A win for Trump? But now every Democrat can ask voters if they trust Trump to protect their care, really.
Gee, CNN and the Des Moines Register, "Who's gonna pay for it" should be a question about war, doncha think?
He is talking nonsense about Donald Trump's non-existent healthcare "plan."
Texas v. United States portends the undoing of policies supported by a broad coalition of Americans.
And insists it's not about gender. We know, Donnie. It's about your pharma stocks.
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