Conservatives, moderates force delay of Senate health care vote until after July 4 recess.
Without public buy-in or bipartisan support, any measure Republicans pass is likely to be temporary.
McConnell wants to force a health care vote by July 4 and may bring the bill to the floor regardless of whether he has the votes to pass it.
Unable to vote down the legislation against a Republican majority, the Democrats are resorting to slowing processes in protest.
President Donald Trump calls a GOP bill that he once praised "mean."
The 13 senators are viewed as key players to the Senate's Obamacare repeal.
Mick Mulvaney accused the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office of intentionally showing the Trump administration's health care bill in the worst light.
Waivers added to House Republicans' bill would once again make insurance unaffordable for many with pre-existing conditions, posing a political problem for the GOP.
The American Care Act is facing an uphill battle in the Senate and does not appear to have the backing of the American public, many of whom believe it will be worse than the Affordable Care Act.
Representative Rod Blum didn't like a television reporter's questions. So he left the interview.
One senator thinks the health care fight could drag on for a long while.
The former U.S. president said the sick and infirm need champions and praised the Democrats who first passed Obamacare.
Health care systems in developed countries around the world cost less than the U.S. system, Sanders pointed out.
Sanders, the independent senator from Vermont, said, "This is not a health care bill. This was a bill that provided $300 billion in tax breaks to the wealthiest 2 percent."
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Representative Tom MacArthur said he will close the loophole in a separate piece of legislation.
Everywhere Trump looks he finds the Founders intentionally constructed hurdles.
Following March's cancellation of a vote on the American Health Care Act, a new version has hit the House floor, and it could increase health care costs for much of the population.
Insurers will be able to charge sick patients more than healthy ones.