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“Repeal First, Replace Later” Is Back. Let’s Remember Why That Was Stupid.

Nebraska Sen. Ben Sasse went on dimwit yapping show Fox & Friends Friday morning to offer a path forward for the Senate's stalled health care reform process: repeal first, replace later. “I want maximum repeal, however much repeal we can do under this arcane budget reconciliation rules,” he said. “And then I want to have a conversation about real replace.” He said he would be writing a letter to President Trump Friday morning “urging him to call on us to separate them.
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