Communications director Anthony Scaramucci is calling for a federal investigation about an apparent leak of his financial disclosure forms. CBS News chief Washington correspondent and "Face the Nation" moderator John Dickerson joins "CBS This Morning" from Washington to discuss why leaks are often a sign that the White House isn't operating in a healthy way and the difference between illegal leaks and harmless ones.
President Trump's newest hire is putting leakers inside the White House on notice. Communications director Anthony Scaramucci called for a federal investigation in a tweet last night about an apparent leak of his own financial disclosure forms. He even appeared to take aim at White House chief of staff Reince Priebus. Margaret Brennan reports.
President Trump's sudden ban on transgender service members triggered protests on both coasts Wednesday. In New York, people carrying "resist" signs gathered in Times Square and San Francisco's city hall was bathed in colorful lights in support of transgender military members. The announcement was quickly met with shock from transgender veterans and bipartisan criticism. Jan Crawford reports.
Obamacare repeal seems to be stalling in the Senate as GOP lawmakers keep coming up short in vote counts. CBSN political contributor and director of Progressive Programming for SiriusXM Zerlina Maxwell and CBSN political contributor and Republican strategist Leslie Sanchez join "Red & Blue" for a closer look at how lawmakers from both parties are dealing with health care and President Trump's attacks on Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
One day after Senate Republicans brought their health care plan back from the dead, its chances for survival are still in doubt. Seven Republicans, along with every Democrat, voted Wednesday against repealing Obamacare without a replacement - after nine Republicans voted down their party's replacement plan. Nancy Cordes reports.