"We came really close today, but we came up short," Ryan said.
House Speaker Paul Ryan holds a news conference, discussing the failure to pass the GOP health-care bill.
Here's a running list of things President Trump and Republican Speaker Paul Ryan have said about Obamacare.
The GOP failed to rally the support needed to pass the bill, facing pressure from both its conservative and moderate wings.
House Democratic Whip Steny Hoyer told CNBC on Friday he doesn't blame Americans who may have lost faith in Congress, because he feels their pain.
The White House spokesman says the House is scheduled to vote on the GOP health bill at 3:30 p.m. ET.
Republicans are trying to rally support for their Obamacare replacement bill ahead of a House vote.
Trump's American Health Care Act faces opposition from conservative and moderate members of the Republican congressional caucus.
Donald Trump promised to "drain the swamp" in Washington. But as Matt Drudge pointed out, sometimes the swamp drains you.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on comments from President Donald Trump on the health care bill vote.
Even if the Republican bill passes Friday, it will sit in the Senate for months, Cramer says.
Rep. Mo Brooks tells CNBC the House Obamacare replacement plan is the worst bill he's seen in 30 years of public service.
White House budget director Mick Mulvaney also tells CNBC he's not sure the administration has enough votes for passage.
Ron Williams also tells CNBC he believes there is a role for individual responsibility in the health-care delivery system.
UnitedHealth Group, Anthem and Humana are among the big winners of a key Republican-led health-care bill, Ana Gupte tells CNBC.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche explains the next steps for House Republicans after delaying the vote on their health care bill, and President Trump's ultimatum.
Mouhammed Choukeir, chief investment officer at Kleinwort Hambros, suggests that U.S. President Trump could pass the blame to Paul Ryan if his health care bill fails.
Republicans struggled to rally enough support for the bill to repeal and replace parts of the Affordable Care Act, prompting President Donald Trump to seek a vote on Friday.
"No. It's gonna pass, so that's it," Spicer said in his daily press briefing.
As they scramble for "yes" votes on their health-care plan, House leaders have a nightmare scenario in mind.