Stocks were higher as Donald Trump faced his first major test as president: whipping up enough votes to repeal and replace Obamacare. Trump has called for the vote to go ahead today and said he will move onto other issues if it fails. GameStop (GME - Get Report) tumbled after reporting a double-digit drop in profit and announcing plans to shutter at least 150 of its locations. The video game retailer reported a 16% drop in profit and 14% decline in sales. Micron Technology (MU - Get Report) led the semiconductor sector higher as renewed demand for chips drove earnings. Adjusted profit of 90 cents a share came in seven cents higher than consensus. Adobe (ADBE - Get Report) was upgraded to OUTPERFORM from NEUTRAL at Credit Suisse. The firm said it expects continued momentum in the Creative Cloud business.