Mr Trump makes comment just hours after the House voted to repeal and replace Obamacare
US President tells Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull: 'You have better healthcare than we do'
If Trumpcare gets through, then 24 million Americans are poised to lose their health insurance by 2026. That’s more people than Obamacare has helped since it was signed into law in 2010
The House of Representatives has passed a new healthcare bill, meaning that President Donald Trump is one step closer to repealing Obamacare, otherwise known as the Affordable Care Act. Here is a breakdown of how Mr Trump’s healthcare plan differs from former President Barack Obama’s.
House Speaker Paul Ryan says changes to healthcare bill will 'lower premiums while keeping protections for the most vulnerable in place'
The 49-year-old's speech about his ailing newborn son was seen by millions
The comedian broke down in tears as he recounted his newborn son's open heart surgery
Representative Mo Brooks faces backlash for sharing controversial belief as Donald Trump tries again to repeal Obamacare
It remains to be seen if the new plan will be supported by enough moderate Republicans to be passed
The border wall with Mexico is a sticking point in negotiations for the Congressional spending bill that would prevent a government shutdown
British Indian Vivek-Murthy is replaced by his deputy, who is a nurse
'There are no Democrats that want to support health care reform' says the senior Trump adviser
Northeastern state has seen an increase in the number of drug overdose deaths
The representation of women in top government jobs under the Republican is 'the lowest in a generation', says the former presidential candidate
The House Speaker promised to reveal more details this week
The President targets the Freedom Caucus, Club for Growth, and the Heritage Foundation