- After failing to negotiate more support, President Trump told House Republicans that he would agree to no more changes: Pass the bill on Friday or lose the chance of repealing the Affordable Care Act.
- A vote was postponed Thursday, leaving Mr. Trump facing the possibility of a loss on his first major legislative push.
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