Published: Sun, March 26, 2017
Life&Culture | By Kristin Armstrong

Trump sets up high-stakes healthcare gamble in House

Trump sets up high-stakes healthcare gamble in House

He also lunched with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and investor Nelson Peltz.

"The Speaker has done everything he can, at the end of the day, you can't force people to vote", Spicer said.

House GOP leaders are struggling to find the votes they need to pass a health-care reform bill called the American Health Care Act.

If today's vote fails, Hobson predicted that the Trump administration's approach to the ACA would be to "try to strangle it to death administratively"-and that effort could very well succeed".

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Asked if there was a political cost to a collapse of the health care bill, Spicer said that there would have been a cost to allowing the debate to carry on.

Indeed, an amendment introduced Thursday night would let states determine essential health benefits-rather than the federal government-beginning in 2018, Axios reported. The President said that Ryan should keep his job, regardless of the bill's fate. Several Republicans, most notably those in the Freedom Caucus, did not support the legislation.

A vote has been scheduled for 3:30 p.m. after being delayed Thursday afternoon.

Paul Manafort helped Donald Trump secure the Republican presidential nomination but the White House insists he is just some "gentlemen who was employed by someone for five months". "But the president's put everything he can on this, he's left nothing in the field, and frankly, this is the same way he campaigned".

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