“The payments Trump is ending, so-called cost-sharing reduction subsidies, total $7 billion. Their loss could further destabilize the individual insurance market, which was already set on edge by an executive order Trump issued earlier.” Trump’s efforts to sabotage Obamacare (whether out of spite, some weird negotiating tactic, or sheer ignorance) went into high gear on Thursday night when the administration announced it will end payments that insurers use to help poor customers.

+ Premiums will go up. Fewer people will be insured. The deficit will increase. From Sarah Kliff: “There is no question that this new policy is lose-lose-lose for key stakeholders with no upside.”

+ Trump boots the Iran nuclear deal to Congress and threatens to cancel it if it’s not made stronger.