President Trump delivers his first address to a joint session of Congress in February. After the compromise spending bill failed to fulfill all his budget requests, the president appears to be gearing up for a fight in September.
Protesters shout at lawmakers walking out of the Capitol on Thursday after the House of Representatives narrowly passed a Republican effort to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
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Rob Quist, the Democrat who's running for an open U.S. House race in Montana, campaigns at the University of Montana on April 27, 2017. Quist is a political newcomer who's a well-known country singer in the state.
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House Intelligence Committee chairman Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., finds himself the center of attention after playing something of a dual role — Trump supporter and independent investigator.
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President Trump suffered a major defeat when the GOP health care legislation failed to be brought for a vote in the House on Friday. What transpired endangers all of Trump's agenda moving forward.
President Obama signs the Affordable Care Act on March 23, 2010. Since then, the bill has been a battering ram for Republicans. But they're struggling to replace it under President Trump.
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House Speaker Paul Ryan told the media Thursday night that the House would be "proceeding" with the Republican health care bill on Friday, after a meeting with lawmakers. Thursday's vote had been delayed.
President Trump attends a meeting on health care at the White House last week. The bill is facing opposition from all sides. Without its passage, everything else on Trump's agenda could be slowed.
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President Donald Trump looks over towards Budget Director Mick Mulvaney, left, after signing his "Comprehensive Plan for Reorganizing the Executive Branch" executive order.
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