AP: President-elect Donald Trump pushed Congress Tuesday for speed and coordination, to act swiftly to repeal President Barack Obama's health care law, and follow up quickly with a replacement. House Speaker Paul Ryan, after talking with Trump, announced that the House would aim to take both steps “concurrently. We're going to use every tool at our disposal, through legislation, through regulation, to bring replace concurrent along with repeal, so that we can save people from this mess.”
Trum (told) the Times that the repeal should be “probably sometime next week,” and “the replace will be very quickly or simultaneously, very shortly thereafter.”
Always remember what Paul Ryan promised:
I can't wait to see this crumble. Here's Huffington Post's Jeffrey Young on what repeal will mean.
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