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>> I just want them to get repeal and replace done.>> President Donald Trump keeping the pressure on fellow Republican, Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell, Thursday, after venting fury at him all week on Twitter over the failure of the Senate healthcare bill.>> I've been hearing repeal and replace now for seven years but I've only been doing this
>> For two years, and I've really only been doing this for six months, but I've been running. And then I get there, and I said where's the bill, I want to sign it, first day. And they don't have it.>> The blast came in a day after Trump mocked McConnell for saying Trump had come into office with "excessive expectations."
>> And our new president of course has not been in this line of work before.>> And I think had excessive expectations about how quickly things happen.>> CNN reporting, Trump and McConnell had a quote, animated discussion, on the path forward on health care on Wednesday. As both a candidate and President, Trump is feuded with prominent Republicans, like House Speaker Paul Ryan, Senator Lindsey Graham, Senator John McCain, and even his own Attorney General, Jeff Sessions.
But until recently his relations with McConnell seemed cordial until the shocking failure of the Healthcare Bill and Congress heading off on a monthlong summer recess. Trump also demanding action from McConnell on cutting taxes and infrastructure.>> But I said, Mitch, get to work and let's get it done.
They should have had this last one done. THey lost by one vote. For a thing like that to happen is a disgrace, and frankly, it shouldn't have happened.>> Trump not saying whether or not he thinks McConnell should give up his leadership position, but suggested that could change should he fail to come through.