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Trump Tells G.O.P. It’s Now or Never, Demanding House Vote on Health Bill

March 24, 2017
Julie Hirschfeld Davis, Robert Pear, Thomas Kaplan | The New York Times
President Trump issued an ultimatum on Thursday to recalcitrant Republicans to fall in line behind a broad health insurance overhaul or see their opportunity to repeal the Affordable Care Act vanish.
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A postponed health-care vote, a big GOP embarrassment and no good options ahead

March 24, 2017
Dan Balz | The Washington Post
Legislative sausage-making is never pretty, but what has been happening all week with the signature legislative priority of the GOP seems beyond the norms.
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Trump Faces Most Consequential Day Of His Presidency So Far

March 24, 2017
Jessica Taylor, Susan Davis | NPR
The president's reputation and the reach of his bully pulpit face a tough test Friday after he gave House Republicans an ultimatum to vote to repeal and replace Obamacare.
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In Final Hours, GOP Leaders Scramble For Votes On Bill To Gut 'Obamacare'

March 23, 2017
Susan Davis | NPR
Republicans will be tested today on the strength of party unity in the Trump era and their party's ability to deliver on the promises they've made to voters.
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House Intel chairman: Trump's personal communications may have been collected

March 23, 2017
Stephen Collinson, Tom LoBianco, Manu Raju | CNN
House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes set off a stunning new political controversy Wednesday with revelations of possible "incidental" surveillance of President Trump.
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Health Vote’s Outcome Carries High Stakes for Trump Presidency

March 23, 2017
Peter Nicholas, Carol Lee | The Wall Street Journal
Donald Trump’s negotiating skills and power to push ambitious goals through Congress face an early and high-stakes test Thursday.
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Democrats continue to press Gorsuch for answers, but Republicans’ confidence of confirmation grows

March 23, 2017
Ed O'Keefe, Elise Viebeck, Robert Barnes | The Washington Post
Democratic senators more aggressively questioned Judge Neil Gorsuch on Wednesday in hopes of drawing him out on his potential independence from President Trump.
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