As Trump struggles to rally Americans to his campaign, he has unleashed a barrage of tweets aimed at Republicans in Congress, urging them to vote for a repeal and replace of the Affordable Care Act.
“I’m so sick and tired of the Republicans saying ‘I don’t care what the voters want, we have to do what the President wants.
We have to make this happen.
We must do what you want.
We can’t go on the campaign trail without a plan to replace Obamacare,'” Trump said Wednesday in a tweet.
“The American people are sick and fed up with the way the Republicans have treated the American people.”
Trump has continued his attacks on GOP leaders.
“Republicans are wasting their time, energy and money,” he tweeted Tuesday night.
“They don’t understand the problems they have created.
They don’t know how to solve them.
And we will solve them!”
But some of his most aggressive attacks have come in response to Democratic efforts to use the House vote to repeal and replacing Obamacare as leverage in the fight to pass the legislation.
Trump’s tweet about lawmakers on Capitol Hill was part of a flurry of attacks from his team on the effort on Tuesday.
“We are going to get rid of Obamacare.
We are going the way of the dinosaurs.
We’re going to have a government-run health care plan,” Trump said in a speech on Wednesday.
“Our healthcare system is a disaster.
We will have the best healthcare system in the world.
And it will be a disaster for Republicans.
It will be the downfall of our party.
“It’s a terrible thing for Republicans to do because they’ve always been so arrogant and always have been the ones that are always in charge.” “
In my opinion, Republicans are the most pathetic people on the planet, they are the ones who will never win,” he continued.
“It’s a terrible thing for Republicans to do because they’ve always been so arrogant and always have been the ones that are always in charge.”
Trump also said he was confident Republicans would come together on a plan that could pass the House.
“This is a very difficult decision, but it’s not something we are making lightly,” he said.
“If you think it won’t be easy, it won, and you don’t even want to say it, you’ll be the last one standing.” “
We’re going in this direction,” Trump added.
“If you think it won’t be easy, it won, and you don’t even want to say it, you’ll be the last one standing.”
He added that the Senate should pass a replacement bill before the House votes on it.
“Don’t give me any excuses, I’m going to do this.
I’m not going to give up my principles,” Trump told lawmakers on the Hill.
“So we’re going with this.”
The Senate has passed a measure that would replace Obamacare, but has yet to approve a replacement plan.
Republicans have expressed confidence they will get enough votes to pass a bill, but have yet to decide what the replacement should look like.
“A good replacement would be the same as the ACA.
The only difference is it would be a better one,” Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Tuesday.
House Speaker Paul Ryan has expressed optimism the House will vote on a replacement this week.
But Democrats have been pushing for the House to repeal the law and replace it with something that would be more conservative and less popular.
“When you have a system that is failing people, and the number one job of government is to help people, that’s a recipe for disaster,” House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said on CNN Tuesday night, arguing that Trump’s threats have become the Democrats’ “go-to strategy.”
Trump’s attacks on lawmakers have made Republicans feel vulnerable.
House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer said Republicans have “gone from being the majority to being the minority, and that is a bad sign.”
“I don of course want to go there, but I think they are on the brink of collapse,” Hoyer told CNN.
It’s not just his campaign. “
He has put a lot of pressure on the Republicans to vote against this, and he is clearly not going anywhere.
It’s not just his campaign.
It is the Senate.”
Trump is facing a primary challenge from Rep. Joe Heck, a Nevada Republican, in 2018.
The Trump campaign has made clear that Trump will not endorse Heck, who has repeatedly said that Trump has not done enough to make his supporters more confident about his candidacy.
“Joe Heck is a terrible politician.
He has no idea how to get things done,” Trump’s campaign said in an ad, highlighting Heck’s failure to repeal Obamacare.
“But Joe Heck won’t endorse me, because I won’t run a negative campaign against Joe Heck.
He won’t have a negative ad against me.”
Democrats have also taken aim at Heck, accusing him of not backing down from his support for repealing the law.
“Democrats will not accept Joe Heck’s