Wednesday, May 2, 2018

HOW ABOUT THIS? Victory First, Then the Celebration

Photo by The White House via Getty Images
“We suffered with Obamacare,” Trump said. “Make no mistake. This is a repeal and replace of Obamacare. Make no mistake about it,” he declared before pausing for a personal boast. “I predicted it a long time ago. I said it’s failing and now it’s obvious that it’s failing. It’s dead—it’s essentially dead.”
Earlier that day, the House had passed the American Health Care Act. The legislation would go on to fail in the Senate. It did not repeal and replace Obamacare. There would be no signing ceremony. It was a premature victory lap.
Trump does this a lot. He famously promised that Americans would grow tired of winning if they elected him president, and he seems to think we won’t notice if he celebrates before there’s an actual victory. --->
Read the rest from Stephen Hayes HERE.

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