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Trump / Health Care / Tax Reform #1108777

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Mar 25, 2017
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(Studio: Reena Ninan) Reports introduced.

(Washington: Chip Reid) The future for health care legislation after the Republicans canceled a vote on the bill to repeal & replace Obamacare examined; details given about the conservative opposition to the bill. [Speaker of the House Paul RYAN - says Obamacare is the law of the land & this is not the end of the story.] [Representatives Mo BROOKS, Nancy PELOSI offer views on the process.] The Democrats' worry that the Trump administration will make sure Obamacare fails noted.

(Studio: Reena Ninan) Report introduced.

(White House: Errol Barnett) Trump's move now for tax reform featured. [TRUMP - says tax reform will be next; defends Ryan.] [White House press secretary Sean SPICER - says Obamacare savings will be used for tax reform.] [RYAN - says tex reform will be more difficult.] [Senator John McCAIN - tells Trump to stop tweeting.] Next week's hearings on Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch & the House investigation into Russian election interference noted.

(Studio: Reena Ninan) Tomorrow's guests on "Face the Nation" named.

Ninan, Reena;
Reid, Chip;
Barnett, Errol

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