During his first major address to Congress Tuesday, President Donald Trump backed a proposal that has split the Republican Party: giving Americans tax credits to buy coverage.

Trump's health-care remarks, midway through the hour-long speech, offered few new policy details but embraced a plan put forward by House Speaker Paul Ryan. A divided Republican Party, along with investors on Wall Street, had been looking for a clear explanation of his intentions for repealing and replacing Obamacare.

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