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When asked whether Americans could expect a new health care plan to be rolled out by the Trump administration in an interview with Fox New's Bill O'Reilly on February 5, Trump said that "maybe it'll take until sometime into next year".

President Donald Trump has admitted for the first time that repealing the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, may not be completed until 2018. Hatch, during a speech before the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, also endorsed Speaker Paul Ryan's (R-Wis.) plan of offering a framework for the GOP's replacement plan at the same time as the underlying law is repealed, and then debate other replacement provisions separately.

The President also said that Americans can expect to see some tax cuts this year. "Now with Trump's decision to put choice back into the state and to the insurance companies itself, I do worry about what insurance is going to look like for us in the next few years". The American people are hurting under this law and they have spoken clearly.

The ACA, informally referred to as Obamacare, is the USA healthcare reform law that provides more readily available health insurance for Americans.

Health-care leaders are trying to anticipate the effects of the anticipated repeal, and likely replacement, of Obamacare.

Senator Lamar Alexander mentioned in one of his hearings that Obamacare could be considered as the collapsing bridge since it has not been able to gain much stronghold.

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Not only have Republicans changed the way they talk about the law, but the timeline for the repeal or fix is slowly sliding further into the future as well.

A lot of people have "fake views" on Obamacare - and/or the Affordable Care Act.

"A nursing student has to realize that politics change every day, but what doesn't change is the care we have to provide those in need", Hunter Prosper (junior, nursing) said. Lamar Alexander of Tennessee, Susan Collins of ME and Bob Corker of Tennessee, have advised slowing down the process and considering ways to "repair" Obamacare instead of replacing it. Bloomberg reported that conservative pollster Frank Luntz told Republicans at a summit in Philadelphia that the "repair" language was more amenable to Americans and to use it instead of "repeal and replace".

All in all, it seems that far too many Americans are convinced an Obamacare repeal will involve getting rid of all the bad stuff and keeping all the good.

"(It's) very complicated - Obamacare is a disaster. Ever since Trump's election - and even years before - the GOP has been hoping, praying, and grinding through the mechanics of a replacement strategy, but that trajectory is entirely dependent on an unnatural act for the GOP. "Once we get a grasp on that concept, we will never be afraid of any political upheaval, because people's illnesses won't stop just because Obamacare has stopped".