Responding to questions from reporters at his daily press briefing, Spicer called the American Health Care Act a "joint effort" between Congress and the President, and mentioned multiple times that Speaker Ryan was updating Trump at the White House.
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He also lunched with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and investor Nelson Peltz. Asked whether there was an alternative plan to the current bill, Spicer replied: "No.it's going to pass".
At this rate, by next week, I half-expect Spicer to describe Manafort as "some guy Trump once said hello to".
House leaders postponed a vote today on their plan to overhaul the nation's health care system, as they struggled to meet demands of conservative lawmakers who say they can not support the bill.
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Spicer said that Trump is a "bit disappointed", because he worked very hard to get the disparate factions of the Republican Party on the same page on health care. And a meeting between President Trump and the House Freedom Caucus, the locus of opposition to the bill, did not produce a deal.
"There's no question in my mind at least that the president and the team here have left everything on the field", Spicer said.
"But, there are reports out there - the speaker and president are talking now", Spicer said. "It's a failing system - skyrocketing premiums and deductibles, and fewer choices".