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After President Trump And Rand Paul Go Golfing, They Drop One HUGE Hint…America Is Buzzing!

Earlier this year, President Donald Trump’s team confirmed that Obamacare would be repealed in 2017.

Unfortunately, that plan has hit a roadblock in recent weeks, leading many to wonder if the previously announced 2017 date is realistic.

On top of which, liberals are taking full advantage, citing this stumble as evidence that Trump isn’t capable of leading the country.

We won’t talk about former president Barack Obama spending millions of taxpayer money to cover his own ass, and I suppose we should refrain from pointing out the laundry list of crimes of which Hillary Clinton is guilty.

At any rate, American healthcare remains a massive stumbling block and one that won’t be cleared easily.

That being said, it seems Trump’s team might be a lot closer to forward progress than we think, as Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) just emerged from a very productive golfing session with the new president.

Hey, the biggest business deals on the planet often go down on the golf course, so this shouldn’t come as a big shock.

Via Western Journalism:

Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., was upbeat on the future of overhauling Obamacare Sunday after a round of golf with President Donald Trump and budget director Mick Mulvaney.

‘We had a great day with the president. Played some golf, and we talked and we talked about a little bit of health care.

I continue to be very optimistic that we are getting closer and closer to an agreement on repealing Obamacare,’ Paul said.

To recap, Paul was one of the critics of the previously scrapped proposal to repeal Obamacare, and he has now introduced his own plan to replace the current – and decidedly miserable – healthcare system.

As for Trump, he quickly took to Twitter to echo Rand’s sentiments.

This is quite the bold set of statements. But we expect nothing less from Trump, right?

Obamacare has completely decimated middle-class America (as our recent poll proved beyond a shadow of a doubt) and if we’re going to fix it, we have to make some pretty drastic changes.

One of the big reasons the previous proposal failed is because we don’t need “Obamacare Lite.” We require a complete deconstruction and rebirth of this system and yes, that’s probably going to take some time.

But at least it sounds like Trump and Co. are on the right path!

Sources: Western Journalism, Donald Trump Twitter

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