For his part, President Donald Trump knew any attempt to change and or replace ObamaCare, “THE UNAFFORDABLE HEALTH CARE ACT, ” would run into a partisan brawl, like virtually all of his cabinet selections and his nomination for the Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch.
Obama’s failed health care plan is typically referred to as, “Obama’s Health Care Rationing Plan With Death Panels.
To make it more official it even has its own acronym: O.H.C.R.P.W.D.P.
For his part, President Trump didn’t want this to happen as his concern lies with those already forced into Obama’s plan suffering without service during the last skirmish and battles to follow.
There will be one certainty, Progressive/Marxists democrats who have hijacked the party of the democrats will be exposed clearly for who they are.
Partisans who care not for their constituents who they continually bribe with “So-called,” free stuff in exchange for their votes.
If it were not for the ignorance of those who vote along with progressives, and some sort of moderation could be found on both sides of the aisle, the American people could finally receive some “Representation for their Taxation.”
THE WASHINGTON EXAMINER
March 26, 2017
President Trump will return to the effort to replace Obamacare when the law fails and Democrats are blamed, his budget director said Sunday.
Appearing on NBC’s Meet the Press, Office of Management and Budget director Mick Mulvaney said that Obamacare is “going to break,” at some undetermined point in the future. At that time, Trump will again try to push replacement legislation.
At that time, Trump will again try to push replacement legislation.
When it does fail, Mulvaney added, “the Democrats will be blamed for it,” because the failure Friday of replacement legislation means that Obama alone is to blame for the performance of the healthcare system.
Could the two anchors on The Today Segment have been any more biased?
Just one more reason to stop watching this type of programming.
For now, the White House is moving on to other agenda items.
But that’s not a capitulation, Mulvaney argued Sunday, saying that the White House left “no stone unturned” trying to win over Republicans on the replacement legislation.
And the administration’s stance is still that Obamacare “must be removed,” Mulvaney said. “It must be repealed and replaced.”
Asked why Trump failed to see the legislation through after depicting himself as a negotiator, Mulvaney responded that Washington, D.C. is more “rotten” than Trump realized.
“Washington is a lot more broken than President Trump thought.”