Congress

Hoyer Discusses the TrumpCare Vote with BBC

We believe [the Affordable Care Act] is a very positive bill. 

Hoyer Discusses the TrumpCare Vote with MSNBC's Katy Tur

You said the President thinks he's done everything he could do

Hoyer Discusses the TrumpCare Vote on CNBC's Power Lunch

This bill was marked up 36 hours after it was introduced and this bill has been brought to the Floor some ten, 12 days after it was marked up.

Hoyer Discusses Postponed TrumpCare Vote and House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes' Actions with Wolf Blitzer on CNN

Well, the bill keeps getting worse and worse and, of course, the deficit reduction the Republicans were claiming has now been halved by the changes they made. 

Hoyer: Stripping Away the Rights of VA Employees Will Not Improve the Care That Our Veterans and Their Families Deserve

I rise in opposition to this bill and adopt many of the premises that my friend, Mr. Walz, adopted.

Hoyer Discusses Trump's Budget Blueprint and the GOP Bill to Repeal the ACA on CNBC's "Squawk Box"

I think it's probably the most irresponsible budget I’ve seen and most unrealistic budget I’ve seen, and I doubt very seriously that Republicans on either the Appropriations or the authorizing committees think it can be accomplished or should be accomplished.  

Hoyer Discusses President Trump's Allegations of Wiretapping and the GOP Bill to Make Americans Pay More For Less with CNN's Erin Burnett

If they had proof, it seems to me they would have disclosed it to the Congress, but more importantly to the American people and President Trump would have been happy to do that.

Hoyer Discusses Republican Efforts to Rush Their Repeal of the Affordable Care Act in Colloquy

To rationalize a procedure which has a bill introduced Monday night and is subjected to 26 hours straight of markup on the following Wednesday, less than 48 hours later, no matter how you dress it up, that is not, Mr. Speaker, regular order.

Hoyer Discusses the GOP Bill to Make Americans Pay More For Less Coverage with MSNBC's Craig Melvin

The bill that the Republicans have offered will literally have Americans paying more and getting less.