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Trump: GOP 'Putting Themselves in Very Bad Position' Over ACA Repeal

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By    |   Monday, 13 Mar 2017 01:08 PM

A few hours after tweeting that Republicans are going to "save the day," President Donald Trump told a small gathering that Republicans "are putting themselves in a very bad position" by repealing Obamacare, multiple outlets reported.

"The Republicans, frankly, are putting themselves in a very bad position — I tell this to Tom Price all the time — by repealing Obamacare," the president told a group of people Monday morning during a listening session on healthcare, Politico reported.

Trump hosted a group of people who are victims of Obamacare, according to The Hill.

"Because people aren't gonna see the truly devastating effects of Obamacare. They're not gonna see the devastation. In '17 and 18 and 19, it'll be gone by then," Trump said. "Whether we do it or not, it'll be imploded off the map."

Earlier Monday, Trump signaled the triumphant end of Obamacare.

"The press is making Obamacare look so good all of a sudden," Trump said Monday. "They're showing these reports about this one gets so much and this one gets so much. First of all, it covers very few people, and it's imploding. And '17 will be the worst year. And I said it once; I'll say it again: because Obama's gone."

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A few hours after tweeting that Republicans are going to "save the day," President Donald Trump told a small gathering that Republicans "are putting themselves in a very bad position" by repealing Obamacare, multiple outlets reported.
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