How a Trump administration would fix Obamacare: ‘It’s the single most important thing that we can do’

The Trump administration has proposed to scrap a key part of Obamacare, and replace it with a more comprehensive plan, according to a senior Republican aide who briefed reporters on the plan.

The plan would repeal the mandate to buy insurance and allow insurance companies to offer lower deductibles, co-pays, and other requirements.

The aide did not specify what changes the Trump administration might propose, though Republicans have argued the plan would make the law more affordable for consumers.

Trump, who is scheduled to deliver a speech at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland next week, will likely call on Congress to take up the plan as soon as possible.

The proposal has sparked intense criticism from Democrats and some Republicans.

“This proposal is the single-most important thing we can possibly do to protect American families and small businesses,” said House Speaker Paul Ryan Paul Davis RyanHouse passes resolution blasting cities that don’t allow transgender people to serve openly in military GOP Rep. Chris Collins Collins CollinsAgnieszka Demi Lovato to replace Collins with Scott Brown in 2020 Senate Dems vow to block Trump from taking office MORE (R-Wis.).

“It’s going to be one of the most important things to do.

It’s the best thing that I can think of to do to try to get the country back on track.”

A Trump administration official told reporters the plan was still under review.

The administration’s plan would essentially eliminate the law’s individual mandate and allow insurers to offer cheaper, lower-cost plans to cover the costs of people with pre-existing conditions.

“We’re going to repeal this mandate and let people be able to keep buying insurance, even if it’s cheaper,” said the official, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because the plan had not been finalized.

The official also said that the proposal would allow insurers that offer cheaper plans to sell them to other states.

In recent weeks, the Trump team has been trying to make up for lost time on Obamacare repeal.

It has said it is committed to getting the bill passed by the end of March, though the administration has indicated it is willing to delay the bill’s passage if Republicans are unable to find a way to repeal the individual mandate.

Republicans, however, have said they are unlikely to find any political or ideological compromise with Democrats on the issue.

The Republican aide also said the proposal will not have any major changes to Medicaid, which provides health insurance to millions of Americans.

“It will be very similar to what we did on tax reform,” the aide said.

“You will see a few changes, but the overall package will be pretty similar.”

The plan is being developed under the auspices of the Congressional Budget Office, which is a nonpartisan agency that provides a detailed analysis of any proposed legislation.

The CBO will be expected to provide its analysis before any bill is passed into law.

Democrats have argued that the CBO’s analysis shows the repeal of the individual and employer mandates will increase premiums for Americans.

But some Republican lawmakers have said the analysis shows that the costs to taxpayers will be minimal and the cost to insurance companies will be lower than the initial estimates.

“The CBO’s estimate is that this bill will provide a modest benefit to people with high incomes,” said Rep. Scott Perry (R) of Florida.

“They’re talking about a very small, incremental benefit.

That’s what CBO’s actually saying, that you’ll get a modest subsidy.

They’re saying this is going to help people with $100,000 a year or $150,000.”

Republicans have said that their proposal would be far less expensive than the Affordable Care Act.

They say that even if the CBO does find that the individual insurance mandate is too expensive, the plan will be much less expensive to insurers than what it would be without the mandate.

A White House official told ABC News on Tuesday that the administration will release its full proposal in the coming weeks.

A spokesman for the Congressional Black Caucus said that “in addition to the Medicaid expansion, this bill also expands the Earned Income Tax Credit and expands the child tax credit to include more families with children.”

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