"We will be signing a full and complete health care bill in two weeks!!"
Trump does not make policy announcements. He floats ideas for scripts. He floated this idea two weeks ago. His problem is that the media is starting to document anything he says that can be measured. It is not looking pretty.
He has been threatening to replace Obamacare since before he was appointed president. Unfortunately, he can't stay focused for longer than the average Fox and Friends episode so all his grand promises are just that, promises.
Leaders do not make promises until they are already in position to deliver. Leaders do not "joke" or "Kid" unless they make it VERY clear that is what they are doing. Finally, leaders deliver.
“We’re signing a health-care plan within two weeks, a full and complete health-care plan,” Trump pledged in a July 19 interview with “Fox News Sunday” anchor Chris Wallace.
Now, with the two weeks expiring Sunday, there is no evidence that the administration has designed a replacement for the 2010 health-care law. Instead, there is a sense of familiarity.
Repeatedly and starting before he took office, Trump has vowed that he is on the cusp of delivering a full-fledged plan to reshape the health-care system along conservative lines and replace the central domestic achievement of Barack Obama’s presidency.
You know how he said he would be signing a full and complete health care bill in two weeks..........two weeks ago? Well, he was just joking.........again. That whacky Tiny Hands, eh? (Or, is this another case of whatever Trump touches, fails?)