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(Washington: Anderson Cooper) [June 16, 2015, Donald TRUMP - says we can repeal & replace Obamacare with something better.] The death of the Republican health care bill reviewed. [TRUMP - says the margin is close so we will let Obamacare explode, but our bill was good & great, but there is no Democratic support so it is Democratic health care; thanks Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, HHS Secretary Tom Price, Vice President Mike Pence; how this experience will lead to a better plan.] [Sept. 21, Oct. 25, Nov. 1, 2016, TRUMP - says I will repeal & replace Obamacare,]
(Washington: Anderson Cooper; Capitol Hill: Phil Mattingly) Ryan's decision to pull the bill, how there was no movement with the conservatives so Trump agreed, thus Obamacare stands, how Trump wants to now move on & how much the damage was discussed.
(Washington: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's "New York Times" Maggie Haberman about Trump's message. [About her interview with Trump, HABERMAN - says Trump is blaming the Democrats, but blamed the "Tuesday Group," the impact of the political process on Trump: a learning curve for him despite his view that Obamacare will implode; explains how she got to talk to Trump, his frustration with his own party.]
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