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It's being seen as the biggest setback so far for the Trump presidency. The healthcare reform bill, drawn up by the House of Representatives Speaker Paul Ryan and backed by the president was finally pulled in the last few hours. Two days of delayed voting revealed what many already assumed: there were not enough votes to get it through. We ask Daniel Lippman, reporter for Politico and a co-author of Politico's Playbook how big a setback this is for Donald Trump? Peter Jankovkis of Oakbrook Investments in Chicago explains how the markets have reacted.