House Republican leaders on Friday, facing a revolt among conservatives and moderates in the party, pulled their ObamaCare replacement health care bill from consideration.

House Speaker Paul Ryan later conceded, “We’re going to be living with ObamaCare for the foreseeable future.”

Shortly after President Trump was dealt the first major legislative defeat of his presidency, Hillary Clinton took to Twitter to declare that "today was a victory for all Americans."

She said it was a victory for the 24 million people at risk of losing health insurance under the GOP proposal, for anyone who believes affordable health care is a human right and for anyone who made sure their voice was heard.

"The fight isn't over yet," Clinton wrote. "But we are reminded today that there is no substitute for standing up and defending our values."

Clinton then sent a series of tweets, sharing the stories of people who have been helped by the Affordable Care Act.

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