In a Fox News interview, Donald Trump promised a new healthcare plan for the American public that will replace the Affordable Care Act, cover pre-existing conditions and be less expensive. The deadline for the plan is tomorrow. Washington Post columnist Karen Tumulty has been chronicling the buildup for the big plan on Twitter.

Except there is no plan. Nor is there an immigration plan that he promised as well, unless he’s fine-tuning the details on the back nine of his golf club.

Meanwhile the Secretary of the Treasury Steve Mnuchin and White House chief of staff Mark Meadows are on Capitol Hill meeting with congressional leadership on extending the coronavirus relief plan. The weekly $600 benefit ended for more than 30 million Americans.