Trump Shows Repealing Health Regulation Now And Replacing It Later

But as senators tried to come to an agreement, Mr. Trump effectively tossed in a distraction that may not be possible anyway.
“It’ll be repeal and replace,” Mr. Trump said.
In December, House Republican leaders outlined an extended timetable to repeal now, replace later, only to watch Mr. Trump reject that in January as unacceptable.
Subsidies in the Senate bill were already beginning to look like those in the Affordable Care Act, which are tied to a person’s income and local insurance costs.
Besides, a clean repeal of the Affordable Care Act with no replacement could have even more trouble clearing the Senate than the current effort.

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