Dana Perino interview, speaker of the house Paul Ryan today on “America’s News Headquarters” at 2 PM EST.
The house of representatives is expected to repeal the vote on the American Health Care Act, the GOP bill and replace Obamacare, on Thursday.
The party breakdown in the house is 237 Republicans and 193 Democrats, which means that the Republicans need 216 votes and can only. 21 to lose the AHCA without democratic votes But as of Wednesday morning, the Fox News brain room more than 30 house votes, Republicans plan to no to or in the direction of no.
To discuss President Trump visited Capitol Hill on Tuesday to meet with house Republicans to the vote, and warned that the GOP can be very good control of the Congress will lose, if she has not passed, the plan to repeal and replace.
“A loss is not acceptable to people,” said President Trump said on Tuesday, but told reporters after the meeting that he is confident that “we will choose a winner.”
The house rules Committee controls how the invoice is presented and discussed on the House floor. The Committee, under the chairmanship of Rep. Pete Sessions, R-Texas, is expected to revise parts of the bill have concerns, with more than 50 house Republicans.
Tune in to Fox News Channel at 2 PM EST to find out what changes, if any, to the bill in the rules Committee today, and if the speaker Ryan is confident he has the votes, the AHCA to pass through the house on Thursday.
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