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Senate rejects broad Obamacare repeal bill

The Senate voted narrowly Tuesday to begin debate on a bill to repeal major provisions of the Affordable Care Act, but hours later, Republican leaders suffered a setback when their most comprehensive plan to replace former President Barack Obama’s health law fell far short of the votes it needed.

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Trump jokes about firing Price, points out Obama never came to Boy Scouts Jamboree

President Donald Trump told Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price at the Boy Scout Jamboree in West Virginia on Monday, July that if he didn't produce the necessary Senate votes to repeal the Affordable Care Act, "You're fired!" Trump also took a moment to point out that former president Barack Obama never appeared in person at a Boy Scout Jamboree as president (though he did deliver a taped message to Boy Scouts in 2010).
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Trump jokes about firing Price, points out Obama never came to Boy Scouts Jamboree 1:59

Trump jokes about firing Price, points out Obama never came to Boy Scouts Jamboree

Jared Kushner: I did not collude with Russia 2:39

Jared Kushner: I did not collude with Russia

Trump calls on Senate to vote to repeal ‘Obamacare nightmare’ 2:24

Trump calls on Senate to vote to repeal ‘Obamacare nightmare’

A look back at Sean Spicer's most memorable moments 2:23

A look back at Sean Spicer's most memorable moments