Here's our look at the Trump administration and the rest of Washington:
- Anthony Scaramucci is forced out just 10 days after being named incoming White House communications director
- White House says Trump is fully confident in his Cabinet, apparently including Atty. Gen. Jeff Sessions
- Trump swears in retired Gen. John F. Kelly as his new chief of staff
- The most notable firings and resignations in the Trump White House
Senate Republicans’ proposal to repeal much of the Affordable Care Act without a replacement would leave 32 million more Americans without health insurance over the next decade, according to an updated analysis by the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office.
At the same time, it would double healthcare insurance premiums by 2026, budget analysts concluded.
The report, which comes as the White House scrambles to salvage the faltering GOP Obamacare overhaul campaign, offers a grim picture of what would happen if Congress moves forward with a plan to repeal much of the current healthcare law while waiting to develop a replacement.
That approach parallels a similar repeal bill that Republicans successfully passed in 2015 and sent to President Obama, who subsequently vetoed it.
The latest CBO score is similar to ones the office has previously released to study the impact of repealing Obamacare without a replacement.