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Trump / Health Care Bill #1108763

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 25, 2017
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(Studio: Tom Llamas) Report introduced.

(White House: David Wright) The fallout after the defeat of President Trump's effort to repeal & replace Obamacare reviewed; Trump tweet quoted. [Vice President Mike PENCE - says we will end the Obamacare nightmare.] [Anchorage resident Mary VAVRIK†, Trump supporter Mike TAYLOR - back Obamacare.] [Affordable Care Act implementer Andy SLAVITT†- says the administration can decide the fate of the law.] [October 25, 2015, TRUMP - promises great health care: so easy.] [Mar. 17, TRUMP - admits health care is a difficult subject.] [PENCE - promises a tax cut.] Why tax reform will be difficult discussed.

(Studio: Tom Llamas) Further coverage on "This Week" noted.

Llamas, Tom;
Wright, David

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