It was a catered lunch dress-down on Wednesday with Congress in the White House’s State Dining Room, where Trump shared his disappointment in the Republicans' inability to replace or repeal the Affordable Care Act. Michael Reynolds / Getty

Finally! The Republican effort to repeal Obamacare has collapsed and Amber Cortes, Rich Smith, and Eli Sanders are here to pick through the pieces of a shattered long con.

Plus: It’s time to take a brief bow, Resisters. And then it’s time to think seriously, and strategically, about what Democrats should be doing with this opportunity. Right now, only 37 percent of Americans think the Democratic Party stands for something. That needs to change, fast.

After that, Charles Mudede is on to discuss the police shooting in Minneapolis and how it scrambles the reflexive responses to police killings in the era of Black Lives Matter.

And Chase Burns is back to talk about a righteous Teen Vogue tweet storm regarding anal sex and a Mama Vogue misstep regarding genderqueer identity.

Plus, as always, the music of Ahamefule J. Oluo.