From WaPo: “House Republicans journeyed to the White House on Thursday for a health-care victory lap in the Rose Garden, but Senate Republicans were in no mood for celebration. Instead, they sent an unmistakable message: When it comes to health care, we’re going to do our own thing.”

+ The New Yorker’s John Cassidy calls the bill “one of the most regressive pieces of legislation in living memory.”

+ The NYT: “It is a rare unifying moment. Hospitals, doctors, health insurers and some consumer groups, with few exceptions, are speaking with one voice and urging significant changes to the Republican health care legislation that passed the House on Thursday.”

+ Consumer Reports: How the Affordable Care Act Drove Down Personal Bankruptcy.

+ In a bizarre (by historical, if not current standards) statement, President Trump told Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull that his country has “better health care than we do.” (They have universal health care.)