Trump Predicts GOP Will Regain House, Warns of Election Fraud

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McConnell said he made clear to the president that Senate Republicans will work on bills to keep down the cost of health care, but that they will not work on a comprehensive package to replace the Affordable Care Act, which the Trump administration is trying to strike down in court.

"Hopefully, maybe, this puts a marker down with our leadership and with the Republican Party in the House and Senate, as well as across the country, that we owe it to the American people to show in black and white how we're going to fix health care", he said.

"So we don't have a misunderstanding about that", McConnell said Tuesday. And while Republicans gained Senate seats last fall, there's no indication that GOP senators want another fight over repealing "Obamacare", particularly not those up for re-election next year. "'It will be truly great HealthCare that will work for America". Sure, a good president will partner with Congress to advance his legislative agenda, but Trump's tweets make clear he thinks he's in charge of Congress, and that's a huge problem. Trump declared the GOP "will become 'The Party of Healthcare!'" on Twitter March 26.

Trump's top campaign aides Bill Stepien and Justin Clark have methodically boosted the president's allies even in deep-blue states like MA, and have tried to broker peace between competing pro-Trump factions in other states.

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He went on to say that "the Republicans are developing a really great HealthCare Plan with far lower premiums (cost) & deductibles than ObamaCare".

"In other words it will be far less expensive & much more usable than ObamaCare". The chamber debated the resolution Tuesday. The House plans to vote tomorrow.

Trump's latest policy twists come after the conclusion of the special counsel's Russian Federation investigation and as the president is turning his attention to his 2020 campaign. "Americans need to know where their representatives stand". The measure condemned the Trump administration's support for invalidating the 2010 health care law in its entirety. Forty-eight percent of voters said they either strongly approved or somewhat approved of the health care law, while only 30 percent disapproved. "What a ruse. What a shame". Trump's push to repeal and replace the ACA failed in the Republican-controlled Senate in 2017, and many Republican lawmakers said the move hurt incumbents and candidates in last November's elections.

"I've had probably 10 conversations with the Trump team about the delegate selection process in Florida", said Joe Gruters, who was co-chair of Trump's 2016 campaign in Florida and now leads the state GOP. "My guess is it's just probably a realistic assessment of what the field looks like for the next couple of years".

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After discussing the issue with McConnell, Trump tweeted a temporary concession on the matter but pledged that a health care vote would be taken after the next election cycle when "Republicans hold the Senate & win back the House".

Trump's call for fellow Republicans to join him in paranoia about vote counts likewise echoed his debunked claims about widespread voter fraud in the US.

Such protections would require government intervention, such as subsidized insurance for several million people with pre-existing conditions who could neither get insured through their employers, nor afford premiums on the individual market.

"They are the party that wants to end your health care", Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said at a rally on Tuesday. They have no replace. "Some of you, I'm still a bit angry at some of you, but not all of you".

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