Vice President Mike Pence insists “it’s going to get done” on Obamacare repeal. But it’s unlikely that the House will vote on a bill before their two-week break for Easter.
Vice President Mike Pence on Thursday said he and President Trump are confident Obamacare will be repealed and replaced, despite congressional Republicans’ missing the original deadline to do those things.
Pence told Fox News anchor Martha MacCallum the administration does not want to put a timeline on it, but insisted a replacement healthcare bill will be passed.
“I can tell you that there are good faith discussions under way. And the president and I are encouraged — not that it will get done in any particular period of time, but that it’s going to get done,” Pence said.