Donald Trump switches focus to tax reforms after healthcare failure
After the Republicans fail to agree on the replacement for Obamacare, Trump’s focus swiftly moves onto tax reforms
Matthew Clifton
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Donald Trump’s bid to repeal and replace Obamacare falls short

With one of his biggest campaign promises failing, is this the first signs of Trump’s failing presidency? Or is there something more to it?
Donald Trump campaigned to repeal and replace Obamacare as soon as possible but yesterday it was defeated in congress after Republicans could not agree on the terms of the replacement. With many moderates claiming it went far enough and the more deeply conservative saying it did not go far enough and that government should have no say in personal healthcare. Donald Trump issued an ultimatum to vote it through or risk Obamacare still being in place for the near future. On the surface, Trump’s ultimatum, did not work and it was quickly removed from congress after the Republicans could not unite in a decision on the Obamacare replacement. Trump’s power play There is a large part of the Republican party that firmly believe that the government should have no say in the personal healthcare of its citizens. The bill that Trump put forward was extreme because it was still going to cause 26 million Americans to be without any healthcare coverage but for many deeply Christian conservative...
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