The Trump administration is getting ready to put its temporary travel ban in place. It will stop most visits from six mainly-Muslim countries for 90 days. On Monday, the Supreme Court threw out lower-court orders blocking the ban. Jan Crawford reports.
The White House says voters should not trust a new Congressional Budget Office report on the Senate Republicans' health care bill, which estimates 22 million more people will be uninsured by 2026 if the Senate bill replaces Obamacare. There are six GOP senators who are currently against the plan. Nancy Cordes reports.
The White House says it has evidence the Syrian government is planning to use more chemical weapons on its own people. Also, another Senate Republican says "no" to the latest GOP health care bill after a new estimate finds it would leave 22 million more people without insurance. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds.
In the August issue of Vanity Fair, William D. Cohan reports on Gary Cohn's journey from Goldman Sachs executive to President Trump's chief economic adviser. Cohan joins "Red & Blue" with more about this story.
The non-partisan Congressional Budget Office projected Monday that the Senate GOP bill would leave 22 million more Americans without insurance in the next decade, compared to the current law. Sean Sullivan of The Washington Post and Rachael Bade of Politico join "Red & Blue" to discuss.
One man with a personal stake in Monday's Supreme Court decision is Hawaii Attorney General Doug Chin. He halted President Trump's travel ban earlier this year. He joins "Red & Blue" from Honolulu to discuss the decision.
The federal government will gear up to start denying visas to certain people from six Muslim-majority countries, as the Supreme Court handed President Trump his first victory in the legal appeals over his travel ban. The ban is expected to take effect within 72 hours. Jan Crawford reports.