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On Senate Health Bill, Trump Falters in the Closer’s Role
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The president has largely remained on the sidelines, and some of the White House’s efforts to intervene have clearly been counterproductive.

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Trump Campaign Chief’s Firm Got $17 Million From Pro-Russia Party
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A Ukrainian political party tied to Russia had paid President Trump’s campaign chairman for help branding itself as warming toward the European Union.

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John Podesta meets with House Intel about Russia's efforts to influence 2016 election
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His personal email account was hacked during the election and WikiLeaks released batches of his emails last October

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Boy's hospital bill goes viral amid health care debate
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“It seems fitting that, with the #TrumpCare debate raging, I got this bill in the mail today,” mom of sick child said on Twitter

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What states would face highest premium hikes if Senate bill passes?
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Kaiser Family Foundation found premiums, after tax credits, would rise under the Senate health plan. For all age groups, premiums for so-called silver plans would increase an average of 74 percent. Americans ages 55 to 64 would see premiums increase 115 percent. But those figures would be even higher in some states.

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Senate health care bill would lower deficit, increase number of uninsured, estimate says
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Senate Republicans’ health care bill would reduce the federal deficit and eventually lead to lower premiums, but would result in millions more Americans being uninsured a decade from now, according to a fresh analysis from Capitol Hill’s nonpartisan budget scorekeepers.

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Senate health bill would lower deficit, increase number of uninsured, estimate says
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Senate Republicans’ health care bill would reduce the federal deficit and eventually lead to lower premiums, but would result in millions more Americans being uninsured a decade from now, according to a fresh analysis from Capitol Hill’s nonpartisan budget scorekeepers.

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