Trump talks replacing Obamacare, reiterates unsubstantiated voter fraud claims
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- President Donald Trump privately told congressional leaders Monday he wants to move forward with an ambitious agenda, including repealing and replacing Obamacare and passing legislation bolstering the country's infrastructure. But he also brought up two past grievances -- mentioning his inauguration crowd size and reiterating an unsubstantiated claim that 3.5 million illegal votes cost him the popular vote, according to two sources familiar with the meeting.