President Trump expressed confidence that the Senate would pass Obamacare repeal following the House vote.
President Trump expressed confidence that the Senate would pass Obamacare repeal at an event following the House’s passage of the bill on Thursday.
“We’re going to get this passed through the Senate. I feel so confident,” Trump said.
Trump recalled negative stories of Obamacare horror that he had heard on the campaign trail. “No matter where I went, people were suffering,” he said.
He then touted the new plan. “Your premiums – they’re going to start to come down,” Trump promised.
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