During Wednesday's Senate hearing with AG Barr, he admitted that the decision not to defend the ACA was to serve Trump and his administration.
Attorney General William Barr admitted to Senator Dianne Feinstein that the decision not to the defend the ACA was made after discussions with the White House (aka Trump).
This may be Barr's second time as AG, but he is acting like he is new, here, and Rep. Matt Cartwright is smacking him around for it during this Budget Hearing.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders says the reason "great dealmaker" Donald Trump won’t come up with a replacement for Obamacare until after the election is because of the meanie Democrats.
Mike Huckabee thought he was being clever and smart, but he basically is describing how things were before the ACA was passed when folks with pre-existing conditions were shoveled off to high risk pools with annual caps.
If the White House and the Trump campaign insists on the fight, the GOP will have to pretend a plan is in the works -- and the press will report that as if it might be true.
On Fox News' "Outnumbered," Mike Huckabee moronically proposed carving out every American that has a pre-existing condition and using federal funds to help them while letting each state dictate health care coverage for everybody else.
Rep. Mullin (R-Okla) acted like a jackass during a hearing in the House Committee on Oversight and Reform on Obamacare and after claiming the ACA 'Sucks" in Oklahoma, told his Democratic colleague to "shut up." He was rebuked for his actions.
Is acting like a jackass and a bully a prerequisite for Republicans these days when it comes to committee hearings and television appearances?
Trump goes full-steam ahead on an imaginary "universal, low-cost, Republican healthcare plan" that doesn't exist.
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