Trump is known for his negotiating in real estate and show business, and the craft of the bluff was key to his Art of the Deal. But when this bluff was called, he did not have the cards or the votes.
President Trump is eager to put the health care debacle behind him and focus on tax reform, but the failure to repeal the Affordable Care Act could handicap that effort.
As House Republicans and the White House try reach a deal on a plan to repeal parts of the Affordable Care Act, much of the insurance industry likes what it's seeing.
The president's reputation as a deal-maker is on the line Friday as House Republicans face a politically perilous vote to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
The state expanded Medicaid under a Republican governor a few years ago, extending health coverage to hundreds of thousands of Arizonans. But the GOP plan in Congress would cut much of that funding.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi told NPR's Robert Siegel she doesn't think President Trump "has the faintest idea" about health care.
The length of a bill has little to do with its quality. In fact, it's getting harder and harder to pass major laws that aren't behemoths.
Obamacare made some huge changes to women's health care. Now Republicans want to repeal the law. Here's which women-specific provisions would (and wouldn't) stick if this bill were passed.
Ford Inbody has a degenerative disease and is carefully watching the GOP replacement health care bill. Though it covers preexisting conditions, it could still mean he'll get less care for more money.