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(CNN)Greetings from Atlanta's 5th District, which, if the President-elect is to be believed, is "in horrible shape and falling apart." (It's not.) Doug's out sick today, so we'll do our best to get you Up to Speed and Out the Door.
- Donald Trump now says he wants "insurance for everybody" when Obamacare is replaced, which caused nearly every pundit scrambling to figure out what he means exactly. Will everyone get health care? Or will everyone get access to health care? Trump didn't reveal details, saying he's going to wait for his health secretary nominee, Tom Price, to be confirmed. About that ...
- Georgia Rep. Tom Price is the President-elect's nominee for HHS -- and he's smack dab in the middle of an ethics controversy. CNN reported yesterday that he bought shares in a company that makes medical devices and then introduced legislation that would have directly benefited said company. And this isn't the first time Price has done this.
- Some in the alt-right are starting to wonder if Trump is really their guy. They've become increasingly critical of his Cabinet picks. "I am getting worried ... that he'll get caught on little things like making fun of people on Twitter," says one.
- There's a new CNN/ORC poll out at 6 a.m. and Trump won't be happy with it. A majority of Americans say his statements and actions since Election Day have left them less confident in his ability to handle the presidency (53%), and they're split evenly on whether he'll be a good president (48% on each side). We sense a tweet storm!