Health Care

Health Care Reform Vote After GOP Win in 2020

Trump Says Vote On Healthcare Plan Can Wait Until After 2020 Election

McConnell did, however, tell Trump that the senate would do what they could to pass bills that would lower the cost of health care.

Trump told McConnell he "accepted" the situation and "would be developing a plan that he would take to the American people during the 2020 campaign". "It will be on full display during the Election as a much better & less expensive alternative to ObamaCare".

"Vote will be taken right after the Election when Republicans hold the Senate & win back the House", Trump wrote.

"If the Affordable Care Act is overturned in court, there is no replacement or plan B. This will put millions of Americans at risk of losing their health insurance, including the thousands of West Virginians who gained health insurance through the Medicaid expansion, and thousands more who gained insurance through the state health exchange".

Last week, Trump stunned and puzzled Republican lawmakers by putting the spotlight on repealing and replacing the current healthcare plan known as Obamacare.

Moments earlier, Schumer accused the GOP leader of vowing to turn the Senate into a "conveyor belt" to approve Trump's nominees and admonished Republicans for allowing McConnell's "debasement of the Senate".

Trump said on Tuesday he and Republicans would draw up a new healthcare plan ahead of the 2020 election and implement it soon afterward.

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The survey also showed that more than two-thirds of Republicans and Democrats said they are "not at all confident" that elected officials will be able to work together to reduce healthcare costs.

"He wants to take on healthcare and so do we", the South Dakota Republican told Fox News' "America's Newsroom."

In 2017, McConnell expanded the simple majority procedure to include Supreme Court confirmations in order to overcome Democratic opposition to Trump's first nominee, Neil Gorsuch. Forty-eight percent of voters said they either strongly approved or somewhat approved of the health care law, while only 30 percent disapproved.

That's not how congressional Republicans, including Senate Majority Leader McConnell, understood Trump's sudden shift to the issue last week. They had no comprehensive proposal to replace the ACA law and no big plans to unveil one. But, almost a decade later, the party hasn't come up with a viable plan of its own. They want to take away the ability of young people to stay on their parents' insurance until age 26. And it signaled that, after two years in Trump's Washington, Republicans on Capitol Hill are figuring out how to handle the president and his impulsive swerves on policy.

The House's non-binding resolution would also ask the Department of Justice to reverse its decision and protect the law, including provisions regarding coverage for pre-existing conditions.

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"He started this whole thing that we've been wrestling with since 2003, cooked it up, convinced his colleagues to do it", McConnell said.

Senate Republican Whip John Thune (R-SD) is a little more skeptical of their chances.