Why you should pay attention to the ‘Trump effect’ in the GOP’s fight over health care

Health care is a big issue in the 2018 midterm elections.

The Trump administration has signaled that it wants to keep it that way, and Democrats are up in arms.

But in the fight over the Affordable Care Act, Republicans have tried to take it back to the basics.

They want to repeal the law’s taxes, cut funding for Medicaid, and impose steep cuts on Medicare.

And they want to do it all in the name of repealing “Obamacare.”

This year, a new analysis from The Hill finds that Republicans are not only trying to get rid of the law, they’re also trying to force it on the American people in a way that could be catastrophic for their chances in the November elections.

What are the Republicans’ top campaign promises?

The first of those goals is to repeal and replace Obamacare.

This is the most contentious issue on the campaign trail.

The health care law was passed by the U.S. Congress in 2010.

And now that the Republicans have a majority in both houses of Congress, they can move forward with dismantling it.

But that could also be a disastrous outcome for the American public.

The Congressional Budget Office has said that the legislation would leave 20 million people without health insurance and reduce the economy by $3 trillion.

That would be a lot of money, but it would also cause a huge amount of uncertainty and strain on the economy.

And it would be the kind of uncertainty that can cause the economy to collapse.

Republicans are trying to do everything they can to get the legislation passed.

They are trying everything to push for it through the legislative process.

The most important thing they want is to get it passed and signed into law as quickly as possible.

But the Senate has been working on its own version of the bill for months.

The House passed a version last week, and President Trump signed it into law last Friday.

This means that the Trump administration can get its bill through both chambers of Congress and into the president’s desk.

The Senate has not taken a position on the House version.

It has not voted on it either.

The president has said he will sign the bill into law and then veto it if it fails to do so.

But Democrats are going to keep pushing to make sure it passes, and that means keeping it alive in the Senate.

What is the GOP health care plan?

The Republican plan is a complete overhaul of the health care system.

This will change everything about how Americans pay for health care, how much they get for their health care costs, and how much more they pay.

The Republican health care proposal includes major cuts to Medicaid and Medicare.

It includes changes to Medicare that could leave tens of millions of Americans without health coverage.

And, most importantly, it includes a repeal of the tax on medical devices that has been in place since 2007.

The Republicans’ plan would replace those taxes with a new surtax on medical device sales, which would be used to offset some of the money that people would have to pay in the form of a new health care tax.

Republicans have also proposed a health care savings account.

This would allow people to invest in health insurance companies that would be subsidized by the government, with a goal of lowering premiums for the average family.

Republicans also say they are going back to what they call a “public option,” a private insurance company that would have the same rules as the public plan but would be run by the American People, rather than a private company like Anthem.

But Republicans say this would be cheaper than the government-run insurance plans that they are proposing.

Is this a good idea?

It’s hard to say.

If Republicans are serious about repealing the law and replacing it with a public option, then they should be pushing for it.

The American people should have a chance to have their say on this, because there is no other way to fix this mess.

But if Republicans want to make it work, they have to keep their promise to repeal Obamacare.