Senate Republicans are hoping to hold a vote on healthcare before July 4th, but gauging the feasibility of that deadline is difficult as the bill’s status and content have been locked up tight behind closed doors, where 13 GOP senators work to hash out a passable bill. It would the first major legislative win of Donald Trump’s young presidency as previous efforts have stalled. Sen. Al Franken (D-MN), who sits on the Senate Health Committee, doesn’t think Republicans will make it to the 50 votes they’ll need to pass the bill due to divisions within the Senate GOP. He joins Soledad O’Brien for a discussion on attempts at bipartisanship, progress on healthcare and his calls to investigate the President’s finances.

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