Trump administration seeks to repeal Obamacare

Democrats are quick to point out Republicans don't have a new plan to replace the Affordable Care Act, but President Donald Trump is welcoming the battle ahead of the 2020 election.
1:49 | 03/27/19

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Now to the showdown over health care. The trump administration launching that attempt to repeal the affordable care act and now Democrats as you know are responding. Mary Bruce has more on capitol hill. Good morning, Mary. Reporter: Good morning. There is a new battle brewing. This move by the trump administration to strike down the entire affordable care act could leave millions without coverage including those with pre-existing conditions but the president seems to be welcoming this fight yesterday telling me that the Republican party will become known as the party of health care but when I pressed him on what his plan is to replace Obamacare, well, he didn't respond and that is part of the reason why Democrats feel like this is such a political they are quick to point out Republicans do not have a new replacement plan, robin. Nothing to replace it. Joe Biden made some headlines overnight. Reporter: Yeah, robin, talking about Anita hill. This is part of Biden's history that is sure to draw fresh scrutiny should he decide to jump into the presidential race. Joe Biden at the time was the chair of the senate judiciary committee when Anita hill came before his committee to testify about Clarence Thomas' alleged sexual misconduct and overnight he is apologizing for the way she was treated then. Take a listen. There were a bunch of white guys, no, I mean this sincerely, a bunch of white guys hearing, hearing this testimony on the senate judiciary committee so when Anita hill, when Anita hill came to testify she faced a committee that didn't fully understand what the hell it was all about. To this day I regret I couldn't come up with a way to get her the kind of hearing she deserved. Reporter: But, robin, it is not clear if these kind of comments will be enough to satisfy Biden's critics who point out that he still has not personally apologized to Anita hill. Robin. Mary, thank you. Michael.

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