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Trump tries to sell wary Republicans on health care

03/10/2017 | 22m 8s | Video has closed captioning.

House Republicans unveiled their long-promised plan to replace the Affordable Care Act, but the bill faces growing opposition from Democrats and Republicans as well as health care stakeholders. President Trump placed his weight fully behind the bill and tried to convince wary Republicans to support their campaign promise. Meanwhile, Trump accused his predecessor of wiretapping his campaign.

Aired: 03/10/17

Rating: NR

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