On Thursday, House Republicans postponed a vote on their proposed health care bill to replace the Affordable Care Act after it became clear they didn't have the votes to pass it.
The White House reacted to the delay with an ultimatum: Vote for the current GOP health care replacement plan, or leave the Affordable Care Act in place and suffer the consequences.
Replacing the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has long been a goal of the GOP -- but getting rid of Obamacare may actually hurt the voter base that helped put them in power.
In California, it was largely rural counties that voted to elect Donald Trump president. Trump made repealing the ACA one of his key campaign talking points. But Dr. Anthony Iton with the California Endowment says those counties are among those with the most to lose should the ACA be repealed.