It is one of Barack Obama’s biggest failures during his term in office.
And from the beginning of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, his team has promised that this failure will be one of the first thing’s on the Trump agenda. They swore that if he got into the White House, they’d immediately start working to fix things.
Of course, there are quite a few Obama failures, so perhaps it isn’t immediately obvious as to which one I’m referring to. After all, Trump is going to have to fix a LOT of Obama screw-ups if we’re going to get this country back on track.
There are indeed numerous serious issues that will require the new President-elect’s attention, but perhaps none is more critical than the colossal flop that is Obamacare. And thankfully, it sounds like the Trump camp hasn’t shied away from their promises.
According to The Washington Examiner, Trump and Co. are absolutely set to repeal Obamacare ASAP, as their drive for an immediate overhaul remains “ironclad:”
“In the weeks following the presidential election, there’s been some debate about whether Republicans would actually go through with repealing Obamacare as opposed to getting cold feet. But after a number of conversations with senior GOP leadership aides in both chambers of Congress, this is the message I’ve received: Republicans are moving full-speed ahead on Obamacare, and could have a bill repealing much of the law on President Trump’s desk within weeks of him being sworn into office.“
They will have to address the budget as well, however, and remember that the new Congress will take effect on January 3. It should be speedy but Obama will still be in office at that time…let’s just hope he doesn’t do anything to throw a wrench into the works.
The healthcare situation in this country has been in critical condition for years, and we require system that might actually work. Whatever Trump comes up with, it has to be better than Obamacare; just about any system that isn’t monumentally flawed would work better.
Work fast, guys!
Source: The Washington Examiner