None of that is true. None of it. The Congress I
onal Budget Office will hand down its verdict on the latest version of the bill sometime on Monday, but it's not expected to significantly revise the numbers revealed in previous scorings of the Republican health care legislation, either the House or Senate versions. In the June report based on the more moderate Senate version, we learned that 3.3 million Americans -- disabled people, children and senior citizens, mostly -- would have their Medicaid coverage stripped away due to Trumpcare's $774 billion cuts to the program, including the phase-out of the Affordable Care Act's Medicaid expansion. That's 3.3 million people out of a total 22 million people who will have their health insurance stolen from them by President Trump and the GOP. Twenty-four out of the 31 Medicaid-expansion states would roll back coverage to pre-ACA levels.