Democrats 'Thrilled' by Trump's ObamaCare Move

Democrats 'Thrilled' by Trump's ObamaCare Move

Democrats 'Thrilled' by Trump's ObamaCare Move

One assumes they haven't recently encountered any of the congressional Democrats who are insisting that investigations of Trump will continue indefinitely.

Democrats "thrilled." BuzzFeed reports that Republicans were split on the move, while Democrats were "thrilled", and a little puzzled by the president's timing.

Preferring the "let's all move on" option, two CNN reporters penned an unintentionally amusing article suggesting that the finding of no collusion was an opportunity to quickly "move past a dark period", but anxious that the president "isn't prepared to let go". During the 2016 presidential campaign, candidate Donald Trump threw his support behind the Republican push to "repeal and replace" Obamacare.

Now the Trump administration is going all-in on what would be a judicial death-blow to Obamacare, thrilling some conservatives but also energising Democrats. A pre-election national Gallup poll found that 80 percent of Americans thought health care was extremely or very important to their vote - the top issue - while the Russian Federation investigation ranked No. 12, at 45 percent. 'I said it yesterday, and I mean it 100 per cent.

By law, Barr will have to redact confidential grand jury material from the report as well as information from ongoing criminal investigations, which Mueller referred to other prosecutors.

Former FBI Director James Comey said he had "great faith" in Robert Mueller, but he's still confused by the special counsel's decision to pass the buck on deciding whether President Donald Trump obstructed justice in the Russian Federation investigation.

If it were successful, the Justice Department's position supporting the judge's ruling would potentially eliminate health care for millions of people and create widespread disruption across the U.S. health care system - from removing no-charge preventive services for older Americans on Medicare to voiding the expansion of Medicaid in most states.

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Emboldened by the end of the investigation, Trump on Tuesday strode into a high-spirited gathering of Senate Republicans, flanked by party leaders, saying the attorney general's summary of Mueller's report "could not have been better". A reporter asked him what he now thinks about Robert Mueller.

"My colleagues and I - 21 of us - are standing as the firewall for people in CT and the American people", Tong said.

Since Trump took office, the federal health insurance market,, has lost more than 1 million customers.

According to a report from the New York Times, the president's aides are also feeling the victory glow.

"The minute I saw that, I said, 'What the hell are they putting that in there for?'" Giuliani said.

Republicans who attended the meeting with the president on Tuesday said that Trump was intent on a renewed attempt to undo his predecessor's signature legislative achievement.

In his December decision, U.S. District Judge Reed O'Connor said the ACA had survived its first wave of challenges only because the Supreme Court determined in 2012 that the penalty imposed on those who did not sign up for coverage was a valid exercise of Congress' power to tax and spend.

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