Here's our look at the Trump administration and the rest of Washington:
- Senate leaders will bring up Obamacare fix if Trump endorses it
- Virginia gubernatorial race is a test for Trump, GOP establishment
- Video of congresswoman's speech raises questions about Kelly's criticism
- White House Chief of Staff John F. Kelly says he urged President Trump not to call Gold Star families
In announcing his new executive order on healthcare, President Trump said that it would "increase choice and increase access to lower-priced, high-quality healthcare options" for "millions of Americans."
Critics of the order warned that it could endanger care for millions of other Americans with existing health problems such as cancer, heart disease or diabetes.
But healthcare experts said Thursday that the effect of the order -- for good or bad -- won't be fully known for months, at the earliest. That's because the order set out broad policies and directed three federal agencies -- the departments of Labor, Health and Human Services and Treasury -- to come up with the detailed plans.
"It's remarkable how truly vague the executive order is, with words like 'consider' and 'potentially,'" tweeted Larry Levitt, senior vice president of the Kaiser Family Foundation.