Why the Trumpcare Vote Could Hurt Republicans No Matter How They Vote

Caitlin Owens and Bob Herman:”…they’re left with a terrible choice: Vote against Obamacare repeal after campaigning on repeal for seven years, or vote to cover 24 million fewer people and potentially raise premiums for senior citizens. We asked more than a dozen Republicans, Democrats and health-care industry officials which is the better choice, and unsurprisingly, we came up with a mixed verdict. But there was a consensus on these points:”

  • “Neither choice is enviable.”
  • “It’s not every day — or maybe ever — that the far-right, the left and nearly every health care group are on the same page. But these three different factions all oppose the House bill. It’s mainly establishment Republicans that support it.”
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