President Trump exposed the petty, partisan Democrats on Wednesday night for the shortcomings that his healthcare bill is facing.
Trump sat down for an interview with Fox News’ Tucker Carlson.
“Are you satisfied with the bill we’re now looking at, that Paul Ryan is pushing, is the best that Republicans can do after seven years of looking at it,” Carlson asked the President.
“I think we’re gonna have negotiation,” Trump said. “But you have to understand […] We have a two vote margin. To get fifty-two people is very hard. If we had sixty [or so] votes we could do something differently.”
“If I had the greatest bill in the history of the world, they would not vote for us – because they hate the Republicans, probably hate me – but they hate the Republicans so badly, that they can’t see straight. So they’re always gonna vote against us.”
Trump made it clear that he would continue to push for healthcare change, even if the Democrats continue to stonewall him.
“We will take care of our people, or I’m not signing it,” the President repeated twice.