Trump urges GOP to repeal Obama law now, replace later

Trump urges GOP to repeal Obama law now, replace later

"No amount of tinkering will change the fact that this bill would devastate health care in America, and we can't let that happen".

McConnell said on Friday that while it's still challenging to develop a replacement plan that is well-liked, "we are going to stick with that path". "Every time you add federal money, more spending, for the big-government Republicans, it offends the conservatives", he said.

White House aide Kellyanne Conway said Monday that Republicans could repeal Obamacare without also replacing it, which would violate Trump's prior pledge to do both at once.

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"This proposed bill is very bad for the people of the United States", said one person.

"If Republican Senators are unable to pass what they are working on now, they should immediately REPEAL, and then REPLACE at a later date!" Whitlock was one of about 85 people who showed up to protest McConnell's speech Friday night to the Republican Party in Kentucky's Hardin County. Donald Trump wants senators to leave Washington for the July 4th, without voting to their planned health care bill. The Republican strategy on health care has been a moving target in the past several months, however, so anything could change.

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The UN's refugee agency also weighed in, warning that Italy can not continue absorbing tens of thousands of migrants on its own. Austria has border checks with Hungary and Slovenia, but in other areas it adheres to the European Unon open borders system.

While Republicans struggle with the Senate healthcare bill that will replace the Affordable Care Act, Salsbury has been collecting responses from those who will be affected if Obamacare is replaced with the Republican bill. Moderate senators such as Susan Collins (R-ME), Dean Heller (R-NV), and Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) opposed the bill for cutting Obamacare's Medicaid expansion.

The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office estimates the Senate bill would reduce the federal deficit by $321 billion by 2026, but at the same time offer tax cuts of $663 billion over the same period - cuts that were paying for the ACA's best components.

Brown said millions of people will suffer if the legislation becomes law.

Sasse, meanwhile, said he would like to see a bill that would repeal Obamacare "with a delay".

When Republicans were thinking about repealing, delaying, and replacing, their logic was that Democrats would be forced to the table once Obamacare was gone and a "health care cliff" loomed before them. "And then I think the president should call on the Senate to cancel our August state work period". "I just hope the word reaches Republicans".

Short and Paul appeared on "Fox News Sunday", Price was on NBC's "Meet the Press", and Sasse spoke on CNN's "State of the Union".