Trump: I Look Forward to Working with Rand Paul to Getting the Health Care Bill Passed

‘I happen to like, a lot, Senator Rand Paul — I do — I do’

TRUMP: "We want a very big tax cut but cannot do that until we keep our promise to repeal and replace the disaster known as ObamaCare. And we are going to be working very closely with our leader, Mitch McConnell, to get that job done. Paul Ryan, everybody. They are going to be working very hard. And Congressman Andy Barr, I have to thank them for their help and their support, as we move toward the crucial houseboat on Thursday. The seventh anniversary of ObamaCare is very painful passage, this is our long-awaited chance to finally get rid of ObamaCare. The long-awaited chance. We are going to do it. We are going to do it. What is the alternative? The alternative is what you have. What you have is nothing. The worst. It is the big lie. Remember this, so true, I happen to like, a lot, Senator Rand Paul. I do. I do. I like him. He is good. A good guy. I look forward to working with him so we can get this bill passed, and some form, so that we can pass massive tax reform which we can’t do until this happens. So, we got to get this done before we can do the other. In other words, we have to do what this is before we can do the big tax cuts. We have got to get it done for a lot of reasons but that is one of them."

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