President Trump says the PP will be the health care party, but no plan
"The Republican Party will soon be known as a country of health." Watch Trump before the lunch meeting with Republican MPs on the Capitol Hill.
The comment followed the filing of a federal court of appeals on Monday. , in which the Justice Department said it agreed with the decision of a federal judge in Texas that invalidated the Obama healthcare law.
In a letter Monday, the administration said it "does not insist that any part of the District Court's decision will be revoked."
This is a major change for the Justice Department since Jeff Seasons was a general attorney. the administration says that the municipal ratings rule and the requirement for a guaranteed issue ̵
1; protection for people with pre-existing conditions – can not be protected, but the rest of the law may remain in force. reporters that at times me at their lunch Trump talks about the importance of health insurance spending and said the PA should accept health as a leading issue. "Referring to the trial, Trump said that Congress should do better and come out with a better Republican Senator John Kennedy of Louisiana said Trump mentions the trial is "fleeting," but has not taken the decision of the Ministry of Justice. Kennedy said Trump has said Republicans have to "take over once more" when they turn to health care. The administration's decision has been criticized by many Democrats, including Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of Parliament. At Tuesday's event, presenting legislation aimed at protecting people with pre-existing conditions, which coincided with the ninth anniversary of the Access to Care Act, Pelosi said the Justice Ministry "has decided not only to try to destroy the defense at existing conditions, but to destroy every last benefit and protection that AKA gives. "
" PP will never stop trying to destroy affordable health care for American families, "she added.
In 2017, the Republicans failed to accept a Trump-backed Obamacare abolition measure, with seven Republicans voting not. The same version of the revocation was passed two years earlier, and then President Barack Obama was forced to veto the bill.
It is unclear whether the White House has a comprehensive plan to cancel or replace Obamacare.
Asked Tuesday morning for more details about the potential substitution plan for the Accessible Care Act, President Kelian Conway's advisor pointed to Trump's budget, claiming to protect existing conditions and proposals for community health plans.
"The President, the Ministry of Justice, is part of the executive, and the president has faith in his Justice Department to do the right thing, and we are seeing litigation." We do not predict the outcome of litigation, and we'll see what happens, "she said
Claire Forran from CNN, Jeremy Herb, Naomé Seifu, Betsy Klein, Ariana de Vogue, Tammy Luhby, Ashley Kilow, Manu Raju and Ted Barrett contributed to this report.