WASHINGTON (AP)– The White House is pushing back against the Senate’s Republican leader for saying “it’s time to move on” from health care.White House
budget plan director Mick Mulvaney says: “In the White House’s view, they can’t move on in the Senate.”
For 7 years, Republicans have actually assured that as soon as they took power, they ‘d ditch President Barack Obama’s health law and pass a replacement. That effort crashed in the Senate early Friday– prompting Senate Bulk Leader Mitch McConnell to declare it’s time to focus on other policy matters.President Donald Trump states in a tweet,”Don’t give up Republican senators, the World is watching.”And Mulvaney informs CNN’s”
State of the Union “that senators” have to remain, they need to work, they have to pass something.”
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