The amendment would allow lawmakers and their staff to sidestep insurance that discriminates against their pre-existing conditions
The GOP's latest plan to kill Obamacare could hurt the fight against opioid addiction just as it shows signs of progress.
Many Trump voters stress his short time in office in excusing the failure of an Obamacare replacement.
GOP leaders had planned a vote on the measure after Trump cut off negotiations with Republicans who had balked at the plan.
Trump sent his top lieutenants to a dramatic meeting on Capitol Hill on Thursday night with a message: he was done talking.
Republicans have long threatened to "defund" Planned Parenthood, the largest women's health provider in the U.S., and their bill would go a long way toward doing so.
Members of the House Freedom Caucus, a conservative Republican faction, said they had been negotiating possible concessions from the White House.
Trump told fellow Republicans in the House of Representatives they would face "political problems" for opposing the bill that takes apart Obamacare and partially replaces it.
Some conservatives have criticized the bill since Republican House leadership unveiled it earlier this month, dubbing it "Obamacare Lite."
"You don't just have an abortion and leave," one woman says as Republicans threaten to defund Planned Parenthood.
Speaker Paul Ryan tries to address the membership's concerns with vows to provide more tax credits for the elderly and add a work requirement for Medicaid recipients.
The people who suffered under Obamacare are on the losing end of the deal—again.