STAGGERING HUMILIATION FOR THE PRESIDENT: TRUMP PULLS HEALTHCARE BILL FOLLOWING REPUBLICAN MUTINY A
Deflated President Trump defeated by his own party as he pulls Healthcare bill to avoid further humiliation as there was not enough vote to push the Bill.
The Republicans failure to repeal the law on Friday came on the heels of an intra-party revolt between conservatives and moderates, laying bare deep divisions in the GOP despite its control of Washington.
GOP seized the White House and both chambers of Congress on the core promise of repealing the controversial healthcare law, and proved unable to deliver.
"We were very, very close,” said Trump said in the Oval Office, expressing dismay that conservative members of his party bucked the bill. He claimed he was 10 to 15 votes short, although in an earlier interview with the Washington Post he said the number was five to 12.
A humbling experience for Donald Trump, an experience that made him insignificant with House Members of his own party, who refused to vote for his so called Healthcare Bill.
Trump made to feel more conscious of his failings. As he feels deflated and less important than he did before he pulls the Healthcare Bill.
A humbling situation that will make dictator Trump work with House Members of his own party in the future and not threatening to campaign against them because they said no to his Bill.
“Being against things is easy to do: You just have to be against it,” Ryan said in a rebuke of his own members.