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Trump / Health Care Bill / Kinzinger Interview #1108887

CNN Evening News for Monday, Mar 27, 2017
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(Washington: Anderson Cooper) The White House explanation for the failure to pass a Republican health care bill introduced. [White House press secretary Sean SPICER - says President Trump recognized when to walk away from a bad deal.] [Earlier, several times, TRUMP, SPICER - defend the work on the bill.] Live interview held with Republican Representative Adam Kinzinger about the health care deal. [KINZINGER - offer views that Trump worked hard on the bill, but the House Freedom Caucus made it impossible, what may happen to health care now, on the process behind passing a bill; comments on the activities of House Intelligence Committee chair Devin Nunes & his going to the White House grounds.]
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