John Harwood, CNBC Chief Washington Correspondent, talks to Tennessee Senator Lamar Alexander about President Donald Trump's immigration policy.
John Harwood, CNBC Chief Washington Correspondent, talks to Tennessee Senator Lamar Alexander about the Senate candidacy of Alabama's Roy Moore, who's been accused of sexual misconduct by several women.
John Harwood, CNBC Chief Washington Correspondent, talks to Tennessee Senator Lamar Alexander about the idea of fixing Obamacare, saying it wouldn't hurt the President or Congress one bit.
Sen. Lamar Alexander on Trump: "He's completely unconventional ... I'm going to try to help him succeed."
Sen. Lamar Alexander says Americans need to study history and sort out immigration once and for all.
On the Roy Moore scandal, Sen. Lamar Alexander said: "My view on it is the charges, as detailed, seemed well-documented and serious."
Sen. Lamar Alexander of Tennessee has earned a reputation for seriousness, diligence and pragmatism.
The bill would restore billions of dollars in reimbursement payments to insurers.
House Republicans, with the urging of President Donald Trump, will strive to pass a budget so they can turn their attention to tax reform.
The bill would restore billions of dollars in payments to Obamacare insurers, many of whom hiked prices to anticipate the payments ending.
The individual mandate requires most people to have health insurance or pay a fine.
A deal to stabilize Obamacare suffered major setbacks, with President Donald Trump now opposing it and senior Republicans speaking out against it.
Cost-reduction payments to Obamacare insurers were actually reimbursements for discounts they were required to give.
The proposal would fund billions of dollars worth of Obamacare reimbursements to insurers, which Trump cut off last week.
Now, it's about whether an all-GOP government can accept political limits, allow bipartisan compromise and protect citizens from harm.
President Trump last week killed bllions of dollars of payments to insurers.
Trump made a series of questionable statements about health care days after taking steps that are expected to damage Obamacare markets.
U.S. President Donald Trump will hurt low-income Americans by doing away with Obamacare subsidies and make it harder for him to engage in bipartisan talks with Democrats as Congress edges toward a possible government shutdown, lawmakers said on Sunday.
Trump reportedly told a lawmaker he would be willing to continue the payments if a bipartisan health deal was reached.
Regional insurer Medica is pulling out of the state's health exchange for 2018 at the last minute.