For what it's worth, it was a narrow defeat 217-205 with neither party voting in lockstep. It was close enough to make the White House sweat. If the point was to start a conversation, it looks like Rep. Amash got their attention. I'm not sure whether the American public will ever get to hear more about the program, but the administration is going to have to give a lot more information to a wider array of congressmen if they want their support. I have a feeling there were a lot of Democrats making a deal that they would vote with the White House this time in exchange for more information on the program before it comes up for a vote again. It's going to be a pretty unpopular vote to have on their record come election time. Amash clearly has a good PR bone here and he isn't going to just let this die quielty now.