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Trump reverses, says Obamacare repeal back on his agenda

05 April 2017

They complained the bill didn't do enough to get the government out of health care. But what been the reaction of the United States media to the news? "There were no hearings, nobody outside of the group that worked on it was really consulted and that's a problem".

Ryan said he expects the Trump administration to decide the issue while litigation is ongoing, noting it could take "months" to sort out if the case returns the court.

It comes at the same time Ryan, who has had multiple conversations with Trump since the failure of the health care bill on how to move their joint agenda forward, has attempted to instill fear in his members through a more gentle, but no less subtle threat: if members stand in Trump's way, he'll ditch them - and conservative principles entirely - and go looking for Democratic help. Similarly, House Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman Greg Walden, R-Ore., said that the committee, which was responsible for drafting the AHCA along with the House Ways and Means Committee, would not rewrite the bill but instead focus on other healthcare priorities.

"His campaign promise was great health care for everyone, for all Americans at great prices", said Raymond Brown, 64, a Republican and retired truck driver from Rio Grande, New Jersey.

Ryan admitted himself in the wreckage of the health care battle that the GOP House caucus had proven itself so far unsuited to government and retained numerous characteristics of an opposition party.

Conservatives, however, may be disappointed that they wouldn't score many wins in such legislation, even though Republicans control the entire government. Chuck Shumer of NY and Rep. Nancy Pelosi of California - said they are willing to try to find common ground but only if the president stops trying to repeal the existing law, also known as Obamacare. Brian Schatz, a Democrat from Hawaii.

"I can see if the president has a reason of wanting to make some administrative agreements to stabilize the existing law, but I don't see that happening prior the 2018 election, which could decide things".

Asked about moderates who want to preserve those aspects of the health care law, Brooks, said: "If the American people want a repeal of Obamacare, then they need to start electing Republicans who will repeal Obamacare". "They showed their demagoguery in this", Brown said. Some are left asking why this effort to repeal and replace Obamacare failed. They had no idea what a replacement was.

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On Friday, March 24, Paul Ryan said what a lot of people were waiting to hear. But during eight years of a Democratic White House, their differences with mainstream Republicans were contained.

"It is a position that makes sense for them running in the 2018 election: They're making an offer to the president to [compromise]", he adds.

But Senate Finance Committee ranking member Sen.

"The opposition was very well-organized", said Republican strategist Alex Conant. "We own it and we've got to fix it".

"Clearly, they have a clear decision to make".

Ryan repeated that "90%" of his caucus is for the health care measure, but would not commit to a timeline on holding another vote. But the No. 2 Senate Republican, John Cornyn of Texas, said there would not be another attempt to advance Republican-only health care legislation. "If Republicans get their act together and get tax reform done, infrastructure done and the economy improves, they could have a decent midterm". Likewise, House Speaker Paul Ryan said ruefully that the law would remain in place for the "foreseeable future".

"In the end, I don't work for Washington, D.C., I don't work for the leadership". "I think he'll figure it out". "I don't think just because you belong to a party that you have to agree". But if they can not or will not work with me, I will find another partner with whom to form coalitions to write the laws and enact the reforms America needs, because, in the last analysis, while party unity is desirable, the agenda I was elected to enact is critical.

Trump reverses, says Obamacare repeal back on his agenda