Trump predicts health care reform will pass in 'a few months'

Trump predicts health care reform will pass in 'a few months'

Trump predicts health care reform will pass in 'a few months'

The health care vote will be delayed until January or February, he informed the media.

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Trump voter Mark O'Brien, reflecting upon the Republican Party's recent failure to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, said that while Trump was good at coming up with catchy slogans, he hasn't shown that he knows how to negotiate and govern.

The announcement comes the day after Senate Republicans made a decision to scrap a vote to repeal Obamacare because they did not have enough senators lined up to approve the repeal bill.

Whether he does so or not, the President later said that the Republican votes needed to pass the bill are there despite those in Congress saying that's not the case.

Trump has not yet responded directly to the latest failure, although he claimed in a tweet Wednesday morning that "virtually no President has accomplished what we have accomplished in the first 9 months".

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It's going to be great health care, ' Trump told "Fox & Friends". Rand Paul "on board" a Republican effort to repeal and replace "Obamacare". He dealt a major blow to the latest effort, too, when on Friday he released a statement that he would vote no.

UCLA Professor Mark Peterson expressed doubt that insurance prices would be reduced by selling across state lines because insurers would still be subject to ACA regulations requiring coverage of hospital care, prescription drugs, pregnancy and childbirth needs and mental health services.

The "one Yes vote in hospital" comment, which confused people as nobody in the Senate was known to be hospitalized, was later clarified to be referring to Sen. "He's earned that right".

Donald Trump has been a vicious bully as long as he's been a public figure (and likely well before that).

"The slogan doesn't cut it for me anymore", O'Brien said.

Trump is also no stranger to mocking impersonations.

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