Trump said he wanted a substitute for President Barack Obama's healthcare law done "very quickly or simultaneously" to the vote to get rid of it.
Majority leader says health law will be replaced 'rapidly' but others see a two-year window before new legislation takes effect.
Obama also said Liberals like former Democratic presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders had contributed to the program's unpopularity.
Democrats demanded an ethics probe into Tom Price following a report that Price traded in healthcare company stock while pushing legislation in Congress that could affect those shares.
President-elect scolds Democrats, labels Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer 'head clown.'
Democratic leaders met with Obama on Capitol Hill to discuss how they can protect the law and accused Republicans of wanting rip apart the American healthcare system.
The New York senator opens Congress with fiery speech, challenging the incoming president to live up to his campaign promises.
Repealing the law but delaying its implementation will all but kill the healthcare markets.
The continued popularity of the Affordable Care Act suggests a need for accessible insurance despite Donald Trump's calls to repeal and replace it.
Persistently rising drug prices have imposed a heavy burden on consumers.
The GOP majority flexed its muscles as Congress wrapped up for the year, but the hard work begins when they return in January.
Even a pair of skinny jeans and hipster glasses won’t make Obamacare appealing.
Supreme Court may have the last word on several initiatives, while Trump would be expected to undo many Obama-era regulations.
The GOP candidate would scrap "Obamacare" and rely on health savings accounts while Democratic nominee would seek to boost enrollment, cap out-of-pocket costs.
Insurers leaving the market, the failure of the risk corridor and a lack of the young and healthy may add up to sticker shock for many.
The proposal is part of Ryan's blueprint, titled "A Better Way," which offers a Republican alternative to the Democratic Party on policy issues ahead of the Nov. 8 election.
The court did not rule on the merits of the legal challenge by nonprofit Christian employers who objected to the 2010 healthcare law's requirement that they provide female workers insurance paying for contraceptives.