President Just Unveiled NEW Healthcare Plan…Will It Work?

We always knew that the only real advocate in Washington for the American people was Donald Trump.


Despite the impressive majority conservatives won in D.C. and throughout the country, this new movement of populism revolved around the big man.

Many of the republicans in seats of power in Washington are of the same ilk from before, part of the toxic swamp President Trump promises to drain once and for all.

Which is why, with the failure of the Obamacare replacement, Americans should not fall to panic. We are still within the first 100 days of Trump administration; there are many more victories to come, including a new health care law.

This recent turn of events is more an indication of the failures of established leaders in the House and Senate. These people have been playing a certain kind of game for far too long; they don’t understand that change has come to Washington.

They are now required to listen to the needs of the American people; pushing bad ideas and disastrous bills and make it look like progress won’t work anymore.

Trump is still in the process of righting the ship and in time will get the job done. All the American people need to do is put their confidence in his ability to lead and separate the wheat from the chaff.

From The Right Scoop:

President Trump tweeted about health care today, reiterating what his plan for health care is – basically, he’s gonna let Obamacare implode.

He really believes that it will get worse and worse until Democrats are going to come begging him to make a deal. I’m not so sure about that…

Unfortunately The Right Scoop is leaning heavily on the negative. Americans want Obamacare gone.

The only people who like it are entrenched democrats. But they won’t have much to stand on come 2018, when Obamacare sets health care costs far above anyone’s ability to pay for it.

Democrats will be dropping like flies, with no ability to claw back their much-needed influence.

Unless they get on board a replacement now, many of them will lose seats in Congress. Republican leadership may have fumbled the repeal, but its coming one way or another.

Source: The Right Scoop

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