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Senate / Health Care Bill / A Discussion #1112329

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jun 26, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Capitol Hill: Phil Mattingly) A CBO report on the millions who will lose insurance under the Senate health care bill, the reaction from Republicans discussed; statistics on those uninsured, Medicaid & the budget deficit cited; Tweet from Senator Susan Collins about the bill's problems quoted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A White House statement on the CBO report quoted. Live discussion held with CNN's Van Jones, former Bush aide Scott Jennings, Gloria Borger & "New York Times" Maggie Haberman about the Senate health care bill. [BORGER, HABERMAN, JENNINGS, JONES - offer views on the impact of the CBO report on Republicans & the White House, the conservative Republican prospective, how this will be an "American" policy for health care: we don't care about the poor while the rich get tax breaks, how Congress is being asked to take away an "entitlement," how President Trump has been on various sides of his own bill, how Medicaid works: reform is necessary.] Other material: [Several times, in the campaign, TRUMP - defends Medicaid, Medicare & Social Security.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Mattingly, Phil
Duration:
00:15:20

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