What's Next for Health Care, Russian Sanctions and Washington Infighting

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A protestor holds up a sign during a rally against the GOP health care plan, on Capitol Hill, July 26, 2017 in Washington, DC (Photo: Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

The Senate voted down the Republican effort to repeal the Affordable Care Act 51-49 in a dramatic vote that saw Sen. John McCain going against his party's leadership. Meanwhile, infighting among White House officials escalated, as the Administration’s newly minted communications chief Anthony Scaramucci called Chief of Staff Reince Priebus “a paranoid schizophrenic” in an epithet-laced rant to a reporter for the New Yorker. At the same time, in a rare bipartisan vote, the Senate increased sanctions on Russia, Iran and North Korea, raising questions about whether President Trump will veto the bill. We discuss the latest political news.

Guests:
Christina Bellantoni, assistant managing editor for politics, Los Angeles Times
Margaret Talev, White House correspondent, Bloomberg
Zack Beauchamp, senior reporter, Vox

Mentioned on Air
Anthony Scaramucci Called Me to Unload About White House Leakers, Reince Priebus, and Steve Bannon (The New Yorker)

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