Republicans on how best to approach the divisive issue heading into the 2020 election
President Donald Trump's decision to resume the fight for soft-care law has sparked political and political debate among Republicans on how best to tackle the divide in the 2020 election.
The failure to cancel and replace the ACA, also known as Obamacare, is one of the biggest shortcomings of the First President's term. It left Republicans with a broken campaign promise, of approval and a tale that they have not been able to get rid of them, and that do not support the protection of people suffering from high-cost medical cases from previous care. In some races, it took Republican seats last fall, passing control of the House of Representatives to the Democrats.
For Trump, the reset he wants is clear. "The Republican Party will soon be known as the party of health care," he said on Capitol Hill . "You watch!"
CTM News | 30th March 2019