86% of Democrats and Republicans Can Agree on at Least One Thing

86% of Democrats and Republicans Can Agree on at Least One Thing

And there are thousands of people, including here in the 4th District, that have received health coverage through Obamacare or otherwise benefit from it.

He says that when President Obama was elected in 2008, he and fellow Republicans felt the fear and sorrow that Democrats are feeling today.

"Our opportunity here is to show the people we are the antithesis of what happened in 2008, when the Democrats had all three and we got the disaster that is Obamacare and Dodd-Frank", said Ingoglia, a state representative from Spring Hill. The list includes repealing and replacing Obamacare, cutting business and personal tax rates, reworking trade deals and passing a $1 trillion infrastructure fix program.

"Today's report shows only part of the equation: a repeal of Obamacare without any transitional policies or reforms to address costs and empower patients", he said.

"I think that syncs up with what our members have been saying, that we think everybody ought to have access to affordable health care insurance". The votes were 51-48 in the Senate and 227-198 in the House.

Republican Congressman Kevin Brady of Texas and other Trump supporters have urged his opponents to give the new president a chance. As one of the youngest outgoing presidents in history at age 55, Obama's role as a national leader in this country could still have a long future if he is able to maintain his current popularity. Nancy Pelosi has been the ranking Democratic leader for 6 terms, as has second-ranking Democrat Steny Hoyer. "No wonder he has admonished the Congress not to do plain repeal". Trump and Republican lawmakers say they intend to dismantle the law, but they have not agreed on a replacement. Unlike the federal government, states are constrained by the need to balance their budgets, which is why they're left to beg for federal bailouts when the economy takes a dive and tax revenues plummet.

Meanwhile, less than half of Americans said it is "very important" for Trump to follow through on other promises such as repealing and replacing Obamacare and renegotiating or withdrawing from NAFTA.

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I've got four thoughts about these comments and what they might tell us about how a Trump administration will govern. Despite the president's personal popularity and re-election, Republicans nationally are in their strongest position in a century, holding the presidency, the Senate, the House, 33 governorships and the majority of state legislatures.

In effect, they're borrowing a line from the 19th Century Kentucky Sen.

Republican Senator Thom Tillis announced that he would host a 30-minute live Q&A session with constituents on Facebook this Wednesday, answering questions submitted by readers online. But the bill preserved requirements for insurers to provide coverage, at standard rates, to any applicant, regardless of preexisting medical conditions.

"He might not find it in his interest engage in projects and activities that try to rebuild the Democratic Party so much that he might decide that he is better off trying to engage in projects that try to build civic engagement more broadly", Professor Thurston said. And in November, Trump's Electoral College margin came by a cumulative margin of fewer than 100,000 votes in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania.

"People are puring into Washington in record numbers". "They don't know how they got their health care", he said. Now that he is in Washington, a big question mark hangs over whether or not he can figure out how to enact it.

In the four days leading up to Friday's inauguration of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States of America, almost 450,000 people chose to read a four-year-old story in Capitol Hill Blue about a number of Republicans who would not be attending the second inaugural of Barack Obama.

Meanwhile, the USA vice president-elect and Christian, Mike Pence, praised Barack Obama and Joe Biden as he revealed the administration transition has come in on-time and 20 per cent under budget. These trends, it said, would accelerate the exodus of insurers from the individual market and from the public marketplaces. As a nation, we are weaker as a result. And by 2026, it estimated, about three-quarters of the population would be living in such areas.

President-elect Donald Trump arrives in Washington ahead of swearing in
The full schedule of events has been released, and here's what you can expect if you're attending or tuning in for the ceremony. The President-elect will follow tradition tonight and stay at Blair House, which is the president's guest house.