Here is Mr. Trump.
So we’re going to do something that’s great, and I’m proud to support the replacement plan, released by the House of Representatives and encouraged by members of both parties. I think really that we’re going to have something that’s going to be much more understood and much more popular than people can even imagine. It follows the guidelines I laid out in my congressional address — a plan that will lower costs, expand choices, increase competition, and ensure healthcare access for all Americans.
He also says if you like your current plan, you can keep your current plan. Your doctor too.
Some of the president’s supporters are less enthusiastic about the plan.
Who wrote this piece of crap Obamacare replacement bill? Please be specific.
— Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) March 7, 2017
Meanwhile, back at the House, a group of conservative Republicans say it is just Obamacare-lite and, as such, refuse to support it in its current form. A group of more liberal Republicans has said it drops coverage for too many Americans and, thus, they refuse to support it.
I think it has a zero-point-zero chance of passing in its current form.