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Essential Politics: Finger-pointing, and what’s subsequent for healthcare

Plenty of fingers are being forked after Friday’s sudden end to Republicans’ bid to dissolution a Affordable Care Act. After blaming Democrats on Friday, President Trump on Sunday took aim during hard-right-wing conservatives who didn’t behind a plan, depriving a GOP of a votes it indispensable to pass a bill.

Noah Bierman has a story on the doctrine Trump schooled final week: The negotiating tricks and energy plays he honed in business don’t interpret to a disorderly universe of Congress.

I’m Sarah Wire, and we cover a California commission in Congress. Welcome to a Monday book of Essential Politics.

After Republican leaders pulled a check before Friday’s scheduled vote, Trump pronounced on Twitter that he’ll let a Affordable Care Act “explode” and wait for Democrats to come to him for a fix.

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