Chris Wallace: I Don’t Think Voters Will Believe Republicans Who Say They’ll Preserve Pre-Existing Conditions

‘It is a problem for Republicans because they ran on repeal and replace’

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Chris Wallace: I Don’t Think Voters Will Believe Republicans Who Say They’ll Preserve Pre-Existing Conditions (Mediaite)

On Thursday night, Fox News anchor Chris Wallace sat down with Stephen Colbert and discussed the upcoming 2018 midterms.

Wallace began by acknowledging that the volume has been “amped up” on both sides of the aisle since President Donald Trump took office, but pointed out how there have been “important midterm elections” in the past, pointing to the GOP’s takeover of the House back in 2010 and their takeover in 1994. Colbert noted how healthcare was a big factor in both of those elections.

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