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GOP lawmakers fear that the President has a Trump trampled all over what was the best week of his presidency by the support of the entire circulation of ObamaCare.

On Monday, the justice Ministry asked to affirm the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit in New Orleans, the ruling of a Texas Federal judge that States that the Affordable care Act was constitutional because, in 2017, the tax-legislation for the reform eliminates the health last year-the law, the penalty for not having health insurance.

Several congressional Republicans say Fox News, you are disturbed NY the timing of the Trump government intervention in the question of what a positive result comes on the heels of the investigation of Special Counsel Robert Mueller, the house, the preservation of the presidential veto against a bill to curb the national state of emergency for the border wall, and a Senate vote, shone a spotlight on problems with the Green New Deal inseparably with Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-

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“He didn’t want to have to do it now,” said House Republican Conference Chair Liz Cheney, R-Wyoming., the third-ranking Republican in that chamber.

“We felt confirmed to us,” adds a senior House Republican on the end of the Müller-examination. “We have ridden these for a few weeks.”

“In the South, to put it another way,” a senior Democratic lawmaker told Fox News, adding that the President “stepped on his own appendage.”

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“I’m not going to say to the President, because he said he would repeal ObamaCare,” said Rep. Bill Johnson, R-Ohio, who represents a sprawling district is struggling with staggering health care and opioid abuse. However, Johnson noted that a bid to repeal and replace ObamaCare failed in the year 2017, with the Republicans in control of both houses of Congress and the White house, after years of promise of a lot of the Affordable Care Act to undo it.

“It is the merit in the thinking that we missed a Golden opportunity,” he said.

Fox News has confirmed that House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., speaking of Trump on the phone Wednesday, though McCarthy’s office would not characterize the content of the conversation. Axios previously reported on Wednesday that McCarthy, the President said that the attempt, repealed the ACA ” made no sense.”

“ObamaCare is a mistake,” McCarthy told Fox News. “The real fear I have is the Democrats” plan of Medicare for All.”

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California Democrat Rep. John Garamendi, says the Republicans have a replacement plan, when the Affordable Care Act is repealed.

Sources tell Fox News that the Republicans are worried they would be to blame, if the law is ruled unconstitutional, a decision to create would be an immediate vacuum in the American health care system and throw millions of people out of health plans because of pre-existing conditions.

“They destroyed the infrastructure of the health care in this country,” said Rep. Donna Shalala, D-Fla., he served for eight years as President Clinton’s Health and Human Services Secretary. “It would be a disaster for the 100,000 people in my district.”

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“The Congress will not allow that to 40 million people go without health care,” vowed Rep. Mike Johnson, R-La., the Chairman of the Republican Study Committee, which is trying to prep legislation that would fill the void, in the event it is repealed the law.

Cheney described a possible end of ObamaCare as “a situation of desperation on behalf of the Democrats.”

“ObamaCare is unconstitutional”, she said. “We see that the Democrats are not pushing this lie that the Republicans want, people with pre-existing conditions.”

Fox News’ Lukas Mikelionis contributed to this report.

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