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>> We're now one step closer to liberating our citizens from this Obamacare nightmare.>> Fresh from a rare legislative victory after the senate voted to open debate on repealing Obamacare. President Trump returning to a campaign style rally in Youngstown Ohio, where he hailed the narrow 51 to 50 win.
>> Finally, you think that's easy? That's not easy.>> Later Tuesday night, the senate failed to approve the bill to repeal and replace.>> The motion is not agreed to.>> The first of likely many votes to come this week as debate continues on other options. But Trump supporters see the earlier vote as the beginning of the end for the Affordable Care Act.
>> Obamacare is going down.>> I think we're gonna finally get the votes.>> Maybe not a quite as fast as we wanted to, but it will pass.>> Certainly not fast enough for 64 year old Francis.>> I don't care what it is, I want it repealed.
I'm on Medicare, but I earned that. But just giving it to people, just to give it to them, no. I don't wanna pay for somebody that refuse to work, that could work.>> But some who attended the rally worry there was more focus on repealing than replacing.>> Maybe taking baby steps is a good way to start.
Instead of trying to just cancel everything before you have something, so one way or the other I hope they fix what we have.>> It needs to be fixed for everybody, yeah, it does, yeah. Definitely need to have the healthcare for women and children.>> I'm hoping replace, because the American people do need health insurance.
>> It's a repeal bill, but replacing it is gonna need a lot of work. But I think they need to really prove their case and to really get the point across of how important it is to repeal. Not all of it, there are some good things that are in that should be made, yeah.
>> Other attendees acknowledge the problem with not having a full replacement but were willing to support a repeal now and hope for the best.>> Well, any time you give something to someone and you have to take it away,
's tough business. And it's just unfortunate that these politicians don't wanna just stand up and they're I think they're overwhelmed.
They don't know what to do in the replacement situation. But I think if they just turned it back over to the doctors, it would fix itself.