On Thursday, the House voted to replace Obamacare. President Trump celebrated this decision, inviting the Republicans of the House to the White House to talk about their victory.
Trump said that he listened to the voice of the people when it comes to Obamacare, and he said that it can only be described as a “catastrophe.” He is now describing Obamacare as “essentially dead.”
They all celebrated their victory in the Rose Garden, laughing and talking with the President.
President Donald Trump was very jubilant after this victory, and he is sure that this motion will pass through Senate. “I feel so confident,” he said.
This new health care system will have premiums and deductibles lowered, so that it is more affordable for the average American.
President Trump did not forget those who scarified their effort and time in pursuit of this fantastic change. He openly thanked Paul Ryan saying, “he has worked so hard,” as well as congratulating him for a “job well done.”
Trump spoke about how he traveled the country during the presidential election and heard everyone’s complaints about Obamacare. “It’s been a catastrophe,” Trump said, describing Obamacare as “essentially dead.” House Republicans finally passed their version legislation this afternoon and immediately boarded buses that transported them to the White House. Trump praised the plan with dozens of House Republicans in the Rose Garden, who laughed and celebrated with the president.
“It’s a great plan,” Trump said, assuring Americans that premiums and deductibles would start coming down. “This is a repeal and replace of Obamacare, make no mistake,” Trump also appeared optimistic that the bill would succeed in the Senate. “We’re going to get this passed through the Senate,” he said. “I feel so confident.” Trump and his aides spoke with Speaker Paul Ryan privately in the Oval Office before the statement as House Republicans stood in the Rose Garden. He thanked Ryan during his speech,
“I want to thank Speaker Ryan, he has worked so hard,” Trump said, congratulating him for a “job well done” in getting the bill passed. Ryan also thanked Trump for his leadership in pushing the bill across the finish line. Vice President Mike Pence was also present and introduced Trump at the beginning of the event. “Thanks to the leadership of President Donald Trump, welcome to the beginning of the end of Obamacare,” he said.