Trump’s two previous trips to Walter Reed Medical Center were announced ahead of time, but an unexpected examination on Saturday had not been.
According to a report from the New York Times, more than 1 million kids are no longer receiving Medicaid or coverage through the Children's Health Insurance Program, also known as CHIP.
Drugmakers that refuse to negotiate could face steep penalties. Companies that raise prices beyond inflation would have to pay rebates to Medicare.
Several hospitals have announced curtailing the number of hospital lawsuits they file against low-income patients unable to pay their medical bills.
Trump promised to release a new health care plan, but those close to the White House told the Washington Post that no such plan is going to materialize.
The number of Americans without health insurance increased by almost 2 million according to data released Tuesday by the Census Bureau.