After a bill to repeal and replace Obamacare ran aground in the Senate, President Trump spent Wednesday talking energy with Indian chiefs, hosting members of the Chicago Cubs and meeting with victims of illegal immigrant crime to push passage of Kate’s Law.
The quick pivot from health care, at least on his public schedule, fueled criticism that the president was not adequately engaged in pushing the repeal-and-replace bill in the Senate.
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Mr. Trump acknowledged the tough time Republicans are having on the health care bill while leading a roundtable discussion about energy policy with tribal, state and local officials.
“We’ll see what happens. We’re working very hard. We’ve given ourselves a little bit more time to make it perfect. That’s what we want to do,”
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