President Donald Trump announced Thursday that a team of GOP senators is ready to give health care another shot after nearly a decade of promising and failing to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
But he added the caveat that he's in no rush to get it done.
Trump resurrected the issue this week after the Justice Department, in a court filing Monday, said it supported the full elimination of President Barack Obama's signature legislative achievement. The president's assertion that Republicans would become "the party of health care" surprised some Republicans, who thought they'd missed their chance to replace the law.
Republicans experienced an...