Tom Reed

What's next for health care, Trump's agenda?

The odds of repealing and replacing Obamacare look even worse after House Republicans couldn't unite around replacement legislation and the bill had to be pulled before Friday' vote.

The failure represents a major setback for President Trump and for House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.).

It also suggests Republicans in Congress are more concerned about facing unhappy voters next year than they are an angry president of their own party.

It isn't clear when or if the Republican majority will revisit health care legislation or whether they'll move on to tax reform or other major parts of Trump's first-year agenda.

The Kiplinger Letter forecast from earlier this month...