The demise of the Republican health care bill has added to a growing list of disagreements between President Donald Trump and Republicans in Congress, from the future of Attorney General Jeff Sessions to Russia sanctions to transgender people serving in the military. Is the relationship breaking down? CQ Roll Call White House reporter John T. Bennett and Defense reporter John M. Donnelly explain.
- White House Pushes ‘Implode’ Plan Amid Talk of Bipartisan Health Bill
- GOP Congress Blames White House Chaos for Failures
- Scaramucci Predicts Priebus Ouster in Vulgar Call to Reporter
- Graham: ‘Holy Hell to Pay’ if Trump Fires Sessions
- Collins, Murkowski Set the Stage for McCain’s Dramatic Vote
- Watch John McCain Cast His Decisive Vote Against the GOP Health Care Bill
— Kerry Dooley Young (@KDooleyYoung) July 27, 2017
Put another dollar in the “Mike” Mulvaney jar https://t.co/VJkMFMxbuJ
— Ryan McCrimmon (@RyanMcCrimmon) July 28, 2017
3 Republicans and 48 Democrats let the American people down. As I said from the beginning, let ObamaCare implode, then deal. Watch!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 28, 2017