Conway: People See Trump’s Trying To Make Good on His Promises

‘He believes the moral imperative to get health care reform done, to get tax relief to middle-class families’

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CONWAY: "These are take out which were very much aware in the White House White House. Once you throughout the mainstream media numbers as well. Somebody can call me and let me know when the president’s approval rating gets as low as the media approval waiting. This is an incredibly important point. People are saying he strained to make good on his promises, he believes the moral imperative to get health care reform done, to get tax relief to middle-class families. He is urging Congress, he said today to revise themselves and rescue themselves by passing tax reform. That’s the president reminding them that they stood in the way of him, pen in hand at signing into law health care reform. It got 29 million Americans without health insurance right now. You got 20 million who opted out of ObamaCare. They paid a penalty because they didn’t want this great thing called ObamaCare. It’s important because you have a president who remains to getting it done. Were working with governors, this is the president ready to work with the Congress. They need to come to the table and get serious. Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone affected by Harvey Harvey, recovery and rebuilding will take a very long time, we are acutely aware of that."

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