The White House is daring Republicans to vote against the GOP bill to “repeal and replace” Obamacare, according to House Freedom Caucus Chairman Mark Meadows.
President Donald Trump and Republican leadership in Congress are doing everything within their means to court Meadows, but thus far, the congressman isn’t having it. If Republicans lose HFC support, the bill will not make it through the House.
“After investing hours and hours and hours of trying to find common ground between our moderate members and conservative members, and believing, because of the White House’s engagement in the process, that we could find common ground; I’ve now reached a conclusion that our leadership is going to put forth a bill that does not address any of the concerns in a meaningful way and will dare us to vote against it,” Meadows told Axios Monday evening. ...Read the full story HERE and follow links to related stories below:
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