Published: Sun, March 26, 2017
Culture | By Henry Herrera

Trump sets up high-stakes healthcare gamble in House

Trump sets up high-stakes healthcare gamble in House

Trump and his White House team publicly supported the bill, hosting members of congress at the White House, visiting Capitol Hill, even conducting a rally with Senate Majority Leder Mitch McConnell in Kentucky.

He also lunched with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and investor Nelson Peltz.

"The president knew it was going to be tough from the get-go".

"The way that the term "associates" is thrown around, I don't understand what that means", Spicer said.

If today's vote fails, Hobson predicted that the Trump administration's approach to the ACA would be to "try to strangle it to death administratively"-and that effort could very well succeed".

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"Part of it is trying to figure out as you go down this path who you can rely on and who's going to keep your word", Spicer said after the bill failed, according to the Wall Street Journal.

At a high-stakes Republican House caucus meeting Thursday night, Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney said Trump is done negotiating details of the proposal, NBC reported.

The White House played down suggestions on Thursday that President Donald Trump had failed to close a deal to reform USA healthcare, claiming the delay of a crucial vote did not spell substantive problems.

To win hold-out Republican votes, party leadership has introduced several amendments to the legislation.

He explained that there are people still doing their vote counts and there will still be a 3:30 pm vote that was previously scheduled. "But the president's put everything he can on this, he's left nothing in the field, and frankly, this is the same way he campaigned". "It's a failing system - skyrocketing premiums and deductibles, and fewer choices".

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