Trump was 'joking' that passing health bill was 'easy'

Posted April 05, 2017

Then we got Obamacare.

The independent Congressional Budget Office concluded that 24 million Americans would lose their health care coverage over the next decade if the Republican plan was approved.

It was a heroic moment, but I would like to suggest an adaptation for Republicans in Congress, who, since the embarrassing failure of the AHCA, are now faced with giving up on their dreams of repealing Obamacare.

Ryan said Republicans are united around a common set of principles: "We all want to advance the cause of freedom and limited government, and we all want to make it easier for families to pay the bills and take care of their loved ones", he said.

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"Finding a solution is still elusive", said Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman Greg Walden, the Oregon Republican who wrote much of the initial plan.

After the bill collapsed, President Donald Trump accused Democrats of obstruction, Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer accused the president of incompetence, Speaker Paul Ryan said health care was done, and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi bragged that it was a great day.

Spicer contended that Trump's true intentions could be discerned from videotape during his remarks to Republican and Democratic senators and their spouses. Using that measure would scuttle the party's separate plans to begin their work overhauling the tax code, which leaders had previously said would rely on a 2018 reconciliation measure. "So any inkling of a rebirth is going to lead to that reaction", said Les Funtleyder, health care portfolio manager for E Squared Asset Management. The president's first agenda was to "repeal and replace" Obamacare, and Ryan took the reins in Congress, ultimately spearheading the repeal effort.

In the run-up to the vote, healthcare workers were among the most vocal in their opposition to repealing the law because they see firsthand what happens when patients delay or forgo care because they can't afford it.

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Rep. Mo Brooks, Alabama Republican and member of the hard-line House Freedom Caucus, told multiple news outlets he planned to file a discharge petition to force a floor vote on straight repeal, if Obamacare isn't dealt with in the coming weeks.

Spicer added that "we're not going to create a deal for the sake of creating a deal that ends up not being in the best interests of the American people". Last week he tweeted that the law would "explode". Is it dead for now, as Trump said when the bill was pulled? She said they are waiting to see what Congress does with health care. Talks of a reboot are surprising, as Ryan seemed pretty defeated after the bill was pulled and got roasted by Papa Roach in the process.

"A functioning, competitive market for health insurance is a crucial element of providing patients access to quality, affordable care", the page reads.

"Right now we have the '17 and we want to use the '17 and do what we originally meant to do", said Budget Committee Chairwoman Diane Black of Tennessee.

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