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Trump / House Health Care Bill / Sanders Interview #1110304

CNN Evening News for Thursday, May 04, 2017
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(Washington: Anderson Cooper) The House passage today of the Republican health care bill promoted by President Trump introduced. Live interview held with Senator Bernie Sanders. [From Vermont, SANDERS - says thousands of Americans would die if this bill was law: it provides tax breaks to the wealthy rather than health care, how 24 million will be thrown off health care, what Trump is saying is not true, how the goal is to guarantee health care with less spending per capita, that this bill will not get through the Senate, how this bill is an embarrassment, so the senate will start over.]
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