Good morning ... Senate Republicans aren't planning to share their health care bill with the public any time soon, keeping a tight lid on a process that has already happened entirely behind closed doors.

What we're watching today: Trump meets with Senate Republicans, then visits Milwaukee and gives a statement on health care. House votes on bills to make it easier for the VA to fire certain employees and impose new requirements for verifying people's immigration status before they could receive health care premium subsidies.

Also, Vice President Mike Pence talks to HHS employees, 10 a.m. Eastern. Livestream here. Senate HELP Committee holds hearing on how the prescription drug delivery system affects drug prices, 10 a.m. Eastern. Livestream here. Senate Committee on Indian Affairs hearing on legislation to help employee recruitment and retention at the Indian Health Service, 2:30 p.m. Eastern.

What we're watching this week: House Energy and Commerce health subcommittee hearing on reauthorizing CHIP, Wednesday. Also: American Medical Association House of Delegates meeting in Chicago, today through Wednesday. Manhattan Institute-U.S. Chamber of Commerce panel on "Solving the Drug-Pricing Challenge," Wednesday (David is moderating a panel discussion). Goldman Sachs Global Healthcare Conference, today through Thursday.

What we're watching next week: Biotechnology Innovation Organization annual convention in San Diego, June 19-22.

Don't forget to leak us the Senate health care bill:,