Kellyanne Conway, senior adviser to President Donald Trump, waits to begin a television interview outside the White House, Jan. 22. Conway, a key adviser to Trump, said today the new administration plans to end the Affordable Care Acts requirement that most people have health insurance, a step that could destabilize the law's markets. Conway also created a stir when she defended a claim in Saturday's press briefing, made by Press Secretary Sean Spicer, that the news media falsely portrayed the crowd at President Donald Trump's inauguration on Friday, saying Spicer provided "alternative facts." Conway also responded to a Whitehouse.gov petition with more than 200,000 signatures that called on Trump to release his tax returns, telling ABC "the White House response is that he's not going to release his tax returns."
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