Trump: I Never Said I’d ‘Repeal and Replace ObamaCare’ Within 64 Days

‘If we had bipartisan, we could have a health care bill that would be the ultimate’

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TRUMP: "Well, I think there are things I would have liked to have more. If we had bipartisan, we could have a health care bill that would be the ultimate. And I think the Democrats know that also. And some day in the not too distant future that will happen. And I never said -- I guess I'm here what, 64 days. I never said repeal and replace ObamaCare. You've all heard my speeches. I never said repeal it and replace it within 64 days. I have a long time."

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