CBS Face the Nation host Margaret Brennan gives Florida Sen. Rick Scott a complete pass for his time overseeing a hospital company fined for the largest case of Medicare fraud in history while asking him about being Trump's point person on health care.
While all eyes were focused on the southern border, House Republicans introduced a bill which would cause millions of Americans to lose access to health care.
Using Sen. McCain's cancer as an excuse, Rep. Gohmert says that stress and McCain's reneging on repealing Obamacare should make Arizonians recall the Senator.
The Kaiser Family Foundation has a new report on the likely winning and losing states if the Graham-Cassidy healthcare bill is passed.
John Barasso, Republican of Wyoming, has to keep saying "Obama" to keep his argument against healthcare a win for his constituents.
The spots will run on television and online this week, when House lawmakers are home.
Joe Scarborough seems to be more focused on the healthcare bill's effect on Republican reelection than the actual loss of healthcare insurance for millions.
Joe seems more upset about Democrats having an edge than people losing their health insurance.
Some politicians seem to think it's all about putting a win on the board.
Mika Brezinski calls the Rose Garden ceremony "a sea of political stupidity," while Joe Scarborough agrees with Nancy Pelosi: Republicans will pay for this vote for a very long time.
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